Joan Didion once said, “We tell ourselves stories in order to live”.
We also do so in order to love. Six artists read a short scene from a literary work that has shaped their idea of love – romantic, familial, friendly or otherwise. In a kind of literary sex-ed, these artists trace and articulate the influence of literature on their perception and practice of love.
With Alistair Baldwin, Gabriela Georges, Natasha Hertanto, Darlene Silva-Soberano and Eugene Yang. Hosted by Claire Sullivan.
Presented in partnership with Archer Magazine