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 by Louise Barry and Eric Triantafillou in March.
Produced by Interference Archive.
Music: “Bruises,” “No One’s Trophy,” and “Asleep,” by Christian Flanders, courtesy of the Free Music Archive.

“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 […]

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