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Audio Interference 15: Solidarity, Distribution, Design

“I think about posters as a way of starting a conversation, but I don’t feel like we talk enough about how that conversation is started and where that conversation goes beyond talking.” — Kameelah Janan Rasheed On Nov 4, 2015, Interference Archive hosted a panel entitled Solidarity, Distribution, Design: The Poster Today, which explored the | More »

Audio Interference 14: Freedom Archives

“We’re blessed with being the keepers of some very valuable stuff. It’s not ours. It’s intentional that this is part of the community and belongs to the community.” – Claude Marks

Audio Interference 13: Mobile Print Power

“Before we ask questions, we find out more about the problems that are happening. And sometimes we even go out and ask the people around us: what is something that you don’t feel comfortable with? Where do you feel disconnected?…I think that’s the way that we actually find political issues to do art with.” – Stephanie Roman

Audio Interference 12: Elvis B. & Jan Descartes

“I just remember when I was first making comics, it just felt really powerful. It’s kind of like that feeling when you first start riding a bike.” – Jan Descartes

Audio Interference 11: Leela Corman

“I really wanted people to understand what the past was. At its base level, this is what happens when women have to use a coat hanger when they need an abortion.” -Leela Corman

Audio Interference 10: Peoples Press

“We saw the hierarchical constraints of the society our parents created, and we wanted to do it differently. So we created this flattened, non-hierarchical approach to almost everything we did.”

Audio Interference 08: Tabloid

“Jean would take her income tax refund check and go to the track and bet on horses, and whatever money she made funded Tabloid.”

Audio Interference 07: Tina Orlandini

“The importance of art in the movement was that not everyone could see themselves at the front lines…art allowed for a more inclusive community.” – Tina Orlandini, writer, organizer, and curator of an exhibition on the UPR student strike.

Audio Interference 06: Chicago Art Handlers

“It’s so difficult for people to imagine an organized workplace in the arts, but we really want to make it a reality.”

Audio Interference 05: Lincoln Cushing

“It’s not about the things, it’s about the people: who made it, who saw it, who was influenced by it.” -Lincoln Cushing