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Audio Interference 18: Kevin Caplicki

“The image allows for the viewer to interpret it quickly. And I guess that’s what an advertiser tries to do–that’s what a propagandist tries to do.” – Kevin Caplicki In this episode, Brooke Shuman talks to Kevin Caplicki, one of the founders of Interference Archive and a member of Justseeds. Founded in 1998, Justseeds is | More »

Audio Interference 16: Greg Sholette

“We were still coming off the afterglow, in many ways, of May ’68. There’s no question about that.” – Greg Sholette. In this episode, artist, writer, and activist Greg Sholette relates the history of the political art collective PAD/D, and how the collective used art to resist gentrification in 1980s New York. Sholette was interviewed | More »

Audio Interference 09: Steven Rodriguez

“What I value about a political event, or what I value about a dance party–I don’t know if those are very separate values at the end of the day.”

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 04: Dread Scott

In our newest podcast, Dread Scott, artist and friend of Interference Archive, speaks with Vero Ordaz about his art, life, and connections to the Chicago punk scene–including memories prompted by his recent donation of posters to the archive.

Spring 2014 Classes

Four-week class starting Monday, April 28.

“It is the role of the revolutionary artist to make revolution irresistable.”
– Toni Cade Bambara

We’re excited to introduce workshops and classes for the public at the Interference Archive, continuing our work of increasing critical engagement with political and social movement arts.