Please join us for an evening devoted to Asad Raza's book The Home Show, hosted by Raza and contributors to the book. The Home Show is inspired by Asad Raza’s performative evolution of the apartment exhibition, held at his apartment in New York City. Artists, friends and family were invited to contribute artworks, sounds, performative instructions, and rituals to the show, and every visitor received a tour from Raza.
Contributors to The Home Show and book include Sophia Al-Maria, Roger Avary, Theodore Boggs, D. Graham Burnett, Ian Cheng, Leland de la Durantaye, Jessica Dickinson, Jeff Dolven, Moriah Evans, Yara Flores, Judith Goudsmit, Dan Graham, Deanna Havas, Camille Henrot, Dorothea von Hantelmann, Carsten Höller, Brooke Holmes, Phillipa Horan, Tom Jacobs, Koo Jeong-A, Kathrin Jira, Mathias Kessler, Jaffer Kolb, Claudia La Rocco, Nick Mauss, Ari Marcopoulos, Maureen McLane, Mieko Meguro, Sarah Morris, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Philippe Parreno, Sarah Nicole Prickett, Anjuli Raza Kolb, Samina Raza, Syed Tasnim Raza, Adrián Villar Rojas, Sebastián Villar Rojas, Rachel Rose, Régime des Fleurs, Sadequain, Anri Sala, Sukhdev Sandhu, Tino Sehgal, Shahzia Sikander, Jo Sander, John Wray, and Jordan Wolfson.
Asad Raza creates live artworks as embodied, temporal experiences. His recent projects include "The Bedroom" at the Lahore Biennale (2018), "Untitled (plot for dialogue)" at CONVERSO, Milan (2017), and "Root sequence. Mother tongue" (2017) at the Whitney Museum, New York. He has written about art, literature and tennis for magazines and newspapers including the New Yorker, the New York Times, and Spike; helped organize a labor strike at NYU; and was born and raised in Buffalo. D. Graham Burnett, Jeff Dolven, and Brooke Holmes are, respectively and among plenty of other things, distinguished professors in Princeton University’s History, English, and Classics Departments.
This event is co-sponsored by Princeton's Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities