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Archive: Nov 2017

Holiday Sale and Open House!

Saturday, December 9, 12-5pm

Join us in our new home as we celebrate the amazing space our archive has moved into, and take a moment to pick up some holiday gifts! In addition to all your favorite Interference Archive merchandise and a great table of comics and zines, our friends from Justseeds and Common Notions will be joining us to sell prints and books. 

Finally Got the News and Take Back the Fight: Double Book Launch to Celebrate Radical Publishing at Interference Archive

Saturday, December 9, 5-7pm

In the midst of our big move over the past few months, we’ve been keeping busy with a few other great projects — including the release of two new publications! Join us for the launch of Finally Got the News: The Printed Legacy of the U.S. Radical Left, 1970-1979, and Take Back the Fight: Resisting Sexual Violence from the Ground Up.

Flyer for Que(e)ry Party

Que(e)ry Fundraiser for Interference Archive

Sunday, December 3rd, 8pm-1am
OFFSITE: The Rosemont, 63 Montrose Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

Our friends at Que(e)ry and Libraries Resist are throwing us a fundraiser dance party on Sunday December 3rd. Come out and dance to DJ Accident Report  and DJ Crush. There will also be a raffle!

Audio Interference 41: Anti-Fascists in the Pacific Northwest

“Anybody can join. There’s so many different access points for you to join the movement to say no to white nationalism, and there’s so many ways to say no.”

Take Back the Fight exhibition catalogue is here!

We’re excited to announce that the catalogue of our current exhibition, Take Back the Fight: Resisting Sexual Violence from the Ground Up, is here.  Stay tuned for more details about an opening event and catalogue launch!

Audio Interference 40: The Monument Quilt

“I think we are, as immigrants, left out. Our voices are erased from the narrative. It’s not that we don’t want to tell our stories. It’s that there are no spaces for us to tell our stories.” – Lorena Kourousias

Brooklyn Rail, November 2, 2017

In a review of the Met Breuer’s Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950-1980, Emily Watlington convincingly argues that our “delirious times” call for responsively delirious curation. As buzzing news alerts stoke excess trauma through an ascendant reactionary (neo-) conservatism, such a call is not off-mark. However, Evonne M. Davis provides a stellar curatorial counterpoint with the exhibition Resistance Across Time: Interference Archive at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Express Newark. The show presents a chronological parsing of social activism—with keen attention to feminisms from various historical moments and locations—via a selection of posters from Brooklyn’s Interference Archive.

Sakhi Presents: Poetry Nite at Interference Archive

Thursday, November 9, 7pm

Join gender justice organization Sakhi for South Asian Women for a poetry reading on 11/9 at Interference Archive, in their new space!