Screening & Performance: May 15, 2022, 2 pm – 4 pm
- This event is free. Please note that we’ll be maintaining Interference Archive’s current 20-person capacity limitations and health protocols due to COVID.
If you are unable to participate in a public recording consider participating virtually in the HUMAN TRASH DUMP Debt Archive open call. For more information click here.
These stories can take any form that can comfortably live on a digital archive. Text, image, and moving image responses are all welcome! Write a manifesto, a personal memoir, create a collage, or film a performance that speaks to your experience with student debt and the ways you’ve had to navigate the kafksesque system of repayment. All contributions will be accepted on a rolling basis!
By submitting a story/digital files to us, you agree to have your work published to HUMAN TRASH DUMP’s digital repository (archive.org/details/@human_trash_dump) where the digital files you submitted will be viewable and downloadable to the public. Along with your contribution please provide how you would like your name written/credited. Anonymous contributions are fine, please specify that if that is your preference. Include any other relevant information about yourself that you feel comfortable with (pronouns, geographic location, the institution where you received your debt from, what degree you received, etc.)
Current Contributions to Debt Archive*
Selections from the Interfernce Archive collection*
Digital Copy: archive.org/details/wagestagnation_ebook
L’ENTENTE or The Agreement by Ecole de la Montagne Rouge (School for Red Mountain) as seen on justseeds.org.
Youth Organizations, Student Movements + Alternative Education
Cri-Dslr – Debt Folder
St-Su Student Movements 2000
St-Su Student Movements Pre 2000
This exhibition is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.
April 17, 2022
May 15, 2022