A state of suspended discovery by Anne-Katrin Titze

A state of suspended discovery by Anne-Katrin Titze
Jamie Nares and Thurston Moore holding up the hastily printed-out photos of the Harry Roskolenko chopped up death mask sculpture: “I called it The Poet Is A Book.” Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

At the Ecstatic Peace Library Rock ’n’ Roll Round Table inside the Oak Room of The Algonquin on September 12, during the James Hamilton Linger On: Unseen Portraits of The Velvet Underground exhibition, music producer and 99 Records founder Ed Bahlman introduced me to Thurston Moore (co-founder with Eva Prinz of the Ecstatic Peace Library) and filmmaker/artist Jamie Nares (featured in Celine Danhier’s Blank City as James Nares).

Jamie Nares with Ed Bahlman and Anne-Katrin Titze on natural timing: “I’d say that the rhythm was the strongest characteristic of my guitar playing.”

In the first instalment with Jamie Nares we touch on Rome ’78, Pierpaolo Piccioli’s Valentino couture dress for Jamie, a party for Andy Warhol’s Athletes series,
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