Five writers respond to Clare Goodwin’s painting Dennis and Denise (2018), offering narrative foils to Goodwin’s visual language. Dennis and Denise is neither described nor explained, but serves as a catalyst for literary experimentation. The texts, in turn, illustrate the painting’s wealth of implicit meaning.
Tony Grisoni is a British screenwriter and filmmaker living in London, Rebecca Geldard is a British writer and art critic based in Wales, Chris Fite-Wassilak is an American writer and art critic living in London, Frances Loeffler is a British writer and curator based in Canada, Aoife Rosenmeyer is an Irish writer, art critic and translator based in Zürich, J. Emil Sennewald is a German art critic, writer and philosophy teacher based in Paris. Clare Goodwin is a British artist and curator living in Zürich.