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Archive: Dec 2017

Audio Interference 44: Update from Close Rikers

“People have made this false equivalency between punishment and safety, and so I think in the work that we’re doing, always, we’re trying to put the emphasis on health. We’re trying to put the emphasis on freedom.” – Imani Brown

Audio Interference 43: About Face & Frontline Paper

In this episode of Audio Interference, we’re chatting with two veteran-led projects: Frontline Paper (a project of Frontline Arts) and About Face: Veterans Against the War. While their techniques are vastly different, both are building communities that challenge and subvert the stereotypes of what veterans can and should be.

Film Screening: At The Top of Grasshopper’s Hill

Thursday, January 25, 7pm
With filmmaker Suneil Sanzgiri; discussion to follow with Carla Herrera-Prats

Organized in three chapters, this essayistic film examines overlapping narratives in Mexico City surrounding the Second French Empire’s invasion in Mexico in 1861 and the 1968 state-sponsored student massacre at Tlatelolco, tracing the densities and accruals of time, history, and memory, and the power structures and technologies that produce them as such.

Take Back the Fight: Resisting Sexual Violence from the Ground Up

PLEASE NOTE: This exhibition will be on partial view in Interference Archive’s new space, beginning November 16.  We are working on completing our buildout and re-opening the entire exhibition as soon as possible.  Stay tuned for more details. .

Audio Interference 42: Social Justice Tours

“My favorite thing is just the dialogue that gets created, and having people understand a little bit more about their communities and the potential for them to slow down or halt directions that they may not want it to go in.”