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Amizade como ativismo / Friendship as Activism

Ajamu, London, United Kingdom
Cláudio Bueno, São Paulo, Brazil
Félix Pimenta, São Paulo, Brazil
Flip Couto, São Paulo, Brazil
João Simões, São Paulo, Brazil

This piece opens with excerpts from Ajamu’s journal, talking about his process as an ArtsEverywhere artist in residence working with Black queer communities in New York, São Paulo and Toronto. It then continues with Ajamu in conversation with Cláudio Bueno, Flip Couto, Félix Pimenta, and João Simões. New York, August 2017 1.1 Not...

Of Homelands and Revolution

Shawn Van Sluys, Guelph, Canada
Aylan Couchie, Nipissing First Nation & Toronto, Canada
Kimberly Mair, Lethbridge, Canada
Kenneth Hayes, Sudbury, Canada
Erin Silver, Vancouver, Canada

What We Are Learning: Responses to Pedagogy, Otherwise

Alessandra Pomarico, New York City, United States / Lecce, Italy
Jesal Kapadia, New York City, United States / Bombay, India
Chris Jones, London, United Kingdom
Sarah Amsler, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Gerardo López-Amaro, San Francisco, United States
Manish Jain, Udaipur, India
Kelly Teamey, Battleboro, United States
Udi Mandel, Battleboro, United States

Art, Freedom, and the Politics of Social Justice

Noelle Garcia, Chicago, United States
Sam Durant, Los Angeles, United States
Hou Hanru, Rome, Italy, Paris, France and San Francisco, United States
Alan Michelson, New York, United States
National Coalition Against Censorship, New York, United States
Vanessa Place, Los Angeles and New York, United States

From Where Do You Speak?: Locating the Possibility of Decolonization in Krista Belle Stewart’s Seraphine, Seraphine

cheyanne turions, Toronto, Canada

Where Architecture and Feminisms Intersect

Miriam Ho, Toronto, Canada
Ruth Jones, Toronto, Canada / Los Angeles, United States
Stephanie Bailey & Mark Woytiuk, Edmonton & Vancouver, Canada
Yam Lau, Toronto, Canada
Éloïse Choquette, Montréal, Canada
Džesika Devic, Kitchener, Canada
Maike Hemmers, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
April Wong, Toronto, Canada
Lydia Karagiannaki, Brussels, Belgium
Tiffany Shaw-Collinge, Edmonton, Canada
Acre Architects, Saint John, Canada
Stephanie Lee, Boston, United States
Amrit Phull, Bangalore, India

The Curse of Geography: Badakhshan

Emma Kazaryan, New York City, United States

Climate Denier

Niki Singleton, New York City, United States

Cruising Quito: Notes on Grindr, Queer Codes, and Post-AIDS

Felipe Rivas San Martín, Valencia, Spain

Musical Improvisation at Land’s End

IICSI, Guelph, Canada

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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...

Urban Deflection

Curtis Walker, Guelph, Canada

In his 1988 essay entitled “The City as Wave-Trough in the Image Flood”, Vilém Flusser offers a novel way to conceive of an urban centre: as a weighted place that imposes on a gravitational field and draws people towards it. This weight does not come from the city’s traditional institutions,...

Speaking and Listening, Improvised and Autonomous

Shawn Van Sluys, Guelph, Canada

ArtsEverywhere, and its host organization, Musagetes, are deeply invested in practices of improvisation, musically and otherwise. One of our partners, the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation, based at the University of Guelph, has developed an extensive body of practice-based academic research on applications of improvisation in many fields...

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