Terry Allen and Jo Harvey Allen hold a conversation interspersed with readings and music excerpts from Terry’s music recordings, radio shows, and theater works. A singer-songwriter whose oeuvre Rolling Stone described as "uniformly eccentric and uncompromising, savage and beautiful, literate and guttural,” Terry is also a regarded artist whose connections to the art world run deep. Jo Harvey is a writer, artist, and actress best known for her work in film and for her one-woman plays. Moderated by Hammer curator Aram Moshayedi.
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