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The Gotham Center for New York City History, November 14, 2019

Review: Building For Us: Stories Of Homesteading And Cooperative Housing

Hyperallergic, August 20, 2019

Help Write the History of Radio in Grassroots Organizing

The Gotham Center for New York City History, June 20, 2019

Archiving For Access And Activism: An Interview With Interference Archive

Messy Nessy Chic, May 24, 2019

Brooklyn’s Revolutionary Social Club

Hyperallergic, January 21, 2019

Interference Archive Hosts an Evening of Gay Liberation

Hyperallergic, December 17, 2018

Best of 2018: Our Top 15 Brooklyn Art Shows

AIGA Eye on Design, February 16, 2018

How New York’s Interference Archive Keeps Activist Design History Alive

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.

AIGA Eye on Design, July 26, 2017

Take Back the Fight Tells the History of Fighting Gender + Sexual Violence through Activist Design

Questions of state and social attitudes towards gender and sexual violence have recently attracted widespread attention, spurred by everything from the attacks on women in Cologne early last year to the public outrage following the results of the Brock Turner case. It’s within this context that New York’s archive of protest, the Interference Archive, stages Take Back The Fight: Resisting Sexual Violence from the Ground Up, an exhibition focusing on responses to gender and sexual violence, told through printed ephemera.

PRINT Magazine-The Activist’s History by Steven Heller

Interference Archive members, Jen Hoyer, Bonnie Gordon, Kevin Caplicki And Louise Barry interviewed by Steven Heller for the PRINT Magazine website.