Filip Noterdaeme: GROWL
Author: Filip Noterdaeme
Publisher: antoine lefebvre editions (New York & Paris)
Details: 2016, English, 52 pages, 4.75 x 6.25 in, b&w, softcover, edition of 200
About: Filip Noterdaeme’s GROWL was first presented by the author at a live reading at Dixon Place, New York, in the fall of 2014, in tandem with a reading of Allen Ginsberg’s HOWL by Penny Arcade. GROWL was originally published in March 2015 by the British online magazine Berfrois.
Filip Noterdaeme was born March 3, 1965, the son of Ida D’Hooghe, Flemish radio host, and Paul Noterdaeme, Belgian diplomat and ambassador, in Brussels, Belgium. To these facts Noterdaeme adds: “Education in Europe till 22, School of Visual Arts, Met Opera supernumerary, Beekman Place and Williamsburg, boyfriend, East Harlem, studio assistant, painting, gallery lecturer, Brooklyn Heights, volunteer, the Pussy Painting, dismissed from Hunter College 1991, Met Museum 9 years. Later Guggenheim Museum, Master of Arts, adjunct professor at CUNY, NYU, the New School, taught French at Loyola School, quit, created The Homeless Museum of Art 2003, performed on the street to shock & awe the art world awhile. Andrew Solomon to whom GROWL is addressed, is a New York socialite and bestselling author.”
antoine lefebvre editions is the publishing structure and artist name of Antoine Lefebvre. Based in Paris.