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Archive: Dec 2016

What powers Interference Archive: volunteers!

This post is number twelve in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. We wanted to take this time to think about what these critical elements and movements bring to us, | More »

What powers Interference Archive: socialism

This post is number eleven in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. We wanted to take this time to think about what these critical elements and movements bring to us, | More »

What powers Interference Archive: Black Lives Matter

This post is number ten in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. We wanted to take this time to think about what these critical elements and movements bring to us, | More »

What Power Interference Archive: Immigration

This post is number nine in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. We wanted to take this time to think about what these critical elements and movements bring to | More »

What powers Interference Archive: anarchism

This post is number eight in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. We wanted to take this time to think about what these critical elements and movements bring to us, | More »

Holiday opening hours

Interference Archive will be closed on December 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 31st 2016, and January 1st 2017.

We will be open as usual on December 22nd, 29th, and 30th.

What powers Interference Archive: Zapatismo / Autonomy

This post is number seven in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. We wanted to take this time to think about what these critical elements and movements bring to us, | More »

Art Handler, November 7, 2016

In Favor of the Collective: “Just Cause : Bad Faith” Amanda Ryan, November 7, 2016 This article originally appeared at http://art-handler.com/magazine/in-favor-of-the-collective-just-cause-bad-faith?nosplash=true The apron-clad January calendar model reclines seductively on the surface of a table saw, safety glasses nonchalantly perched on top of their head—OSHA be damned. “That’s the Freelance Art Handlers Calendar,” explained exhibition co-organizer Stephen | More »

What powers Interference Archive: donors!

This post is number six in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. We wanted to take this time to think about what these critical elements and movements bring to us, | More »

What powers Interference Archive: information workers

This post is the fifth in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. We wanted to take this time to think about what these critical elements and movements bring to us, | More »