18 Reasons to Read Ulysses, 2022

An exhibition celebrating the centenary of the publication of James Joyce's Ulysses. 101 paintings based upon the novel were on display from June to September 2022.

Hosted by James Fox-Smith of Country Roads Magazine and produced by Dorothy Kendrick, ArtRocks! is LPB's weekly series on arts in Louisiana. Studio interview.

Studio view, August 3, 2018 article on Hyperallergic

James Joyce's Finnegans Wake set to music

The opendoor edition premiered 2017 May 4.

Antenna, 3718 St. Claude Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana

The Midden Heap Project, June-July 2016

On view were a selection of Kelley’s collages based on the Wake and her artists books related to pages one through 216 of the text.

The listening stations featured works by sound artists Bernard Clarke and Jonathan Nelson. Among the sound works were Clarke’s “not yet,” a lively and inventive reading of page one of the Wake and “thin lips, hair erect, loose carriage,” a portrait of James Joyce based upon interviews culled from the archives of RTÉ Ireland’s National Radio Broadcaster. Nelson’s “House of the Haunted Ink Bottle” is a sound collage consisting of hundreds of vocal fragments that form a reading of pages 182-184 of Finnegans Wake.

2017 North American Joyce Conference

Victoria College, University of Toronto

June 21-25, 2017

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