Horizontal Together: Art, Dance, and Queer Embodiment in 1960s New York (Rethinking Art's Histories) (Hardcover)
Horizontal together is an up-close look at the cultural and political power of the langourous queer body, combining historical research, queer theory and the analysis of bodily gestures. The book presents a dancerly story of 1960s art focusing on Andy Warhol, underground filmmaker Jack Smith and experimental dance star Fred Herko.
Paisid Aramphongphan is an independent scholar. He holds a PhD in the History of Art and Architecture from Harvard University and is a winner of the Terra Foundation International Essay Prize.