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  • “I was a promoter until I was 27 or 28. I met most of my friends at my mom’s restaurant in SoHo. We would host jazz nights and poetry readings there. We felt like the town was ours. Everyone’s apartments are so small, the clubs become the meeting point. I went to places with my friends, and they would come places I was promoting. We would go out and that’s when I would see everyone. I used to be terrified of the day. I would sleep from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., then work, and then go out at 2 a.m. Afterwards, I would collect trash off the street for my art and come home and work some more. I love and hate New York. First we were New Yorkers; then we were artists.” —AGATHE SNOW
  • “In Rave, Rainald Goetz wrote: ‘Where you come from? Where will we go now? Why don’t I know who you are?’”¬ —FLORIAN SUSSMAYR
  • bill beckley
  • rosson crow
  • ena swansea
  • nicolas provost