Christine Sun Kim. DRAW A BLANK – BLANK ZIEHEN, the artist’s first monograph, with an essay by Caroline Ellen Liou and a conversation between the artist and Matthew Hyland, is released on occasion of the exhibition. The book contains an artistic intervention based on her drawings of musical staffs. In this instance, the staffs are deliberately left blank, a tribute, the artist explains, to sign language interpreters she works with and people who have spoken on her behalf. “These lines represent the parameters of their voices and how they conversely influence my voice and my work.” As though to amplify these superimpositions of voices, Kim invited colleagues working in visual art, dance, music, literature, and activism to respond to her notational lines by designing their own blank staffs. The fifty-five contributions gathered in the book illustrate the unbelievable diversity of creative visions; an illustration of her social network, they underscore the importance of exchanges of ideas with other artists. The pages are perforated so the reader can remove them from the book and use them for their own notes.