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The Value of Artistic Labor

Jane Philbrick, New York City, United States
Livia Alexander, New York City, United States
Lawrence Lemaoana, Johannesburg, South Africa
Jianru Wu, Beijing, China
Tiago de Abreu Pinto, Madrid, Spain & SĂŁo Paulo, Brazil
Tayeba Begum Lipi, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Marginal Equity:
Poetry Reading on Indigenous Cultural Self-Determination

Kade L. Twist, Los Angeles, United States

In this video clip, author and artist Kade Twist introduces his book Marginal Equity and reads the first section, “project abstract.” Marginal Equity is a book-length poem that parodies the form of a corporate/governmental prospectus—complete with opportunity statement, deliverables, and budget—all while exposing their smooth rhetoric, exploitative intentions, and empty promises....

I Never Preferred Blondes 

Niki Singleton, New York City, United States

Center of Unfinished Business

Fatima El-Tayeb, San Diego, United States
Will Furtado, Berlin, Germany
Natasha A. Kelly, Berlin, Germany
Olamiju Fajemisin, Berlin, Germany
Shawn Van Sluys, Guelph, Canada

Between Paper and Concrete

Taha Muharuma, Toronto, Canada
Gilad Cohen, Toronto, Canada

Meaning or movement?
Objects or rhythm?

Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti, Vancouver, Canada
Ashon Crawley, Charlottesville, United States
Zab Maboungou, Montréal, Canada
Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes, Seattle, USA

Safeguarding the Daring Voice

Sidd Joag, New York City, United States

To Walk Amidst Collapse

CĂ­ntia Guedes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Reflections from Primary Colours / Couleurs primaires

Primary Colours / Couleurs primaires, Canada

Feeling the Vibration of the Periphery: A Conversation

Alyssa Alpine, New York City, United States
Maria Bauman, New York City, United States
Cláudio Bueno, São Paulo, Brazil
Jaime Shearn Coan, New York City, United States
Patrick "Pato" Hebert, New York City & Los Angeles, United States
João Simões, São Paulo, Brazil
Kendra Sullivan, New York City, United States

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The Cost of Progress

Shawn Van Sluys, Guelph, Canada

The destruction by fire of the National Museum in Brazil this week is a blow to the world’s cultural history. Buried near the end of a number of mainstream media articles about the massive loss of the museum’s collection (90% of the collection was lost, which equates to approximately 20...

Beyond the Spectacle: Contradiction, Uncertainty, and Imagination

Sidd Joag, New York City, United States

(Banner image: Chto Delat, Monument to the Century of Revolutions, 2017, installation at Toronto’s Nuit Blanche. Photo credit: Dmitry Vilensky.) Over the past couple weeks (months… years…) I have found it impossible to escape a constant barrage of images. Children in cages, violent civil unrest, collapsing economies and societies, and the...

Thin Bright Threads

Joy Roberts, Guelph, Canada

I was busy and distracted when the most recent ArtsEverywhere post arrived with its heading “Putin’s Very Best Day.” As I clicked through various posts to get a sense of where the entanglements of Nikolay Oleynikov and Alessandra Pomarico would take me, I happened to land on “Make Problems Everywhere,”...

Threat of Stability

Nikolay Oleynikov, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Last Sunday, one week before the Russian presidential elections, with my punk band I took part in a benefit gig to support five young antifascists who were recently kidnapped, detained, and tortured by the FSB special agency, called the Centre for Prevention Against Extremism. We had just finished singing Lucy—a bold’n’brazen...

I am the space of protest

Alessandra Pomarico, New York City, United States / Lecce, Italy

I am the space of protest. (dedicated to those who take to the streets) This one is dedicated to protest. To those people who resist being jaded and all forms of nihilism, pessimism, discouragement, or comfort and instead, they take to the streets. They move their body outside, they enact...

Freedom Movements, Programs, and Archival Practices of the Black Queer Diaspora

Patrick "Pato" Hebert, New York City & Los Angeles, United States

In his essay, Michael Roberson reminds us that the immense resilience and creativity of the House | Ballroom community are deeply historical and politicized. Roberson writes from within “a freedom movement, a radical pedagogy, and a spiritual formation in response to race, class, sexuality, and gender oppression. … Since its history...

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