LISTENING TOGETHER July 26-29 Tues-Friday noon-1pm
campaign office: A.P.E. Gallery sandwiches and ice tea provided
with Rabbi ANDREA COHEN-KIENER
- political despair and the difficulty of connecting and conversing across differences of political perspective and alienation.
- Constructive Conversations in Hard Times
- compassionate listening tools
with Action Research and Outreach Coordinator, EE MILLER and JAVIERA BENAVENTE
- Supersedures and Swarms: Locating Leadership > Consolidating Collective Platform
- “I want a President” final revision of Zoe Leonoard’s 1992 text for our action at 7pm
- Live readings from Arundhati Roy, Joy Harjo, and Danez Smith.
with JOCELYN EDENS
- intro / Citizens United project
- Ultra Red’s The Debt, 2004, sound collage.
8 tracks, press release, and cover art available to download here.
- Laboria Cuboniks’s XF Manifesto. 2015, text.
sections 0x04 – 0x07 live reading, 4 voices.
Jocelyn Edens is the Kress Curatorial Fellow at Hampshire College. Recent curatorial projects include “Codes for Conduct,” an exhibition co-curated with Lindsey Berfond at NURTUREart that staged controlled and unrehearsed interactions between the body and digital tools, and “The Development,” an exhibition and mobile app that propose an infrastructure for adaptive and local models of creative economies in New York’s Hudson Valley. She is currently researching Citizens United v FEC and the tools, structures, and actions available to the cultural sphere because of this Supreme Court decision. From 2010-2012, she was the curator of education at the Coleman Center for the Arts, a contemporary art organization in rural Alabama that commissions public projects in partnership with visiting artists and area residents.
Ginger Brooks Takahashi
Program includes words from:
Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah
The Audre Lorde Project
Black Youth Project 100
Tom BK Goldtooth
Alexis Pauline Gumbs
Negro Fellowship League of Chicago (1917)
Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement
Ida B Wells-Barnett