Kenneth Goldsmith

Kenneth Goldsmith is a conceptual artist, and the first poet laureate of the Museum of Modern Art. He is the author of Seven American Deaths and Disasters and the book of essays Uncreative Writing, breaking down the art form he pioneered. Goldsmith teaches at the University of Pennsylvania, where he taught the controversial “Wasting Time on the Internet” class that inspired this book. He lives in New York with artist Cheryl Donegan and their two sons.


Эмиль Хафизовhas quoted2 years ago
One aspiring sleeper posted a note on his door each night before going to bed that read: THE POET IS WORKING
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