MAD-LIB[rary] event at ICI on April 4, 2013. Photo by Erik Puotinen. MAD-LIB[rary] Vol. 4 September 2022, 2013 New York Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1 22-25 Jackson Avenue Long Island City, NY 11101 LIMITED TIME ONLY (LTO) presents MAD-LIB [rary] SEPTEMBER EDITION at MoMA PS1, in partnership with Independent Curators International’s Curatorial Hub and The Feminist Press. The creative collaborative and production team LIMITED TIME ONLY (Legacy Russell, Stina Puotinen, and Sarah Giovanniello) invite you to join them for the next installment of the popular “choose-your-own-adventure” book arts event hosted as part of the New York Art Book Fair, September 20-22, 2013. In July 2012, the MAD-LIB[rary] program had its debut, inviting the public to participate in true Mad Lib fashion in a zany, surreal, Dada-inspired, and perhaps nonsensical assemblage extravaganza. In the fourth edition of this continued series, LTO invites another fabulous roster of New York artists and writers to contribute very limited edition printed materials, and attendees then curate their own magazine or booklet content, and B-Y-O-creative-vision. Paying homage to the histories of literature, art, book-art, found art, flea markets, and book fairs, MAD-LIB[rary] provides an alternative from the glossy, pre-packaged culture of mass media. MAD-LIB[rary] is all at once a living archive, a museum, a magazine, a madnessthis program has been a wild success for this past year, selling out editions to a packed house at ICI, and now, over one year after its world debut, we invite you and yours back for more MAD-LIB[rary] madness! FEATURING EDITIONS BY Amy Beecher Jessica Bowman Bubi Canal Sara Cwynar Christopher Duriez Anne Emond David Horvitz Alison Kuo Maria Lokke Mark y Mark (Mark Joshua Epstein and Mark Dzula) Esperanza Mayobre Mollie McKinley J. Morrison Lily Rosenquist Jen Schwarting Grant Worth LTO’s MAD-LIB[rary] will act as a pop-up throughout the course of the fair, sharing table space with MAD-LIB[rary] partner, Feminist Press. Want to find us? Stop by during the following hours: Thursday, Sept 19 69pm, MAD-LIB[rary] Vol. 4 Friday, Sept 20 124pm, Feminist Press 47pm, MAD-LIB[rary] Vol. 4 Saturday, Sept 21 11am4pm, Feminist Press 49pm, MAD-LIB[rary] Vol. 4 Sunday, Sept 22 11am7pm, MAD-LIB[rary] Vol. 4 The event is open to the public. A modest fee will be charged for each set of editions and for individual prints. All proceeds will go to the artists. More information about the NY Art Book Fair, here.