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Do you believe there is something beyond what we know?
If your answer is yes and you have the resources, I'm looking for sponsors 😁! If you are interested in supporting my work, check out this Prezi and contact me to schedule a sponsor presentation 🐣. Let's find that breach in the realm of beliefs TOGETHER 💥🕳🌈❣️
"Work for the People (or Forget About Fred Hampton)"
Co-Prosperity Sphere, Chicago, IL, August 31—September 23, 2018
If you're in Chicago, I have a couple videos in this group show that's part of 68 + 50, a summer of programming commemorating the 50th anniversary of 1968 organized by Public Media Institute in partnership with Illinois Humanities.
"If you ever think about me, and if you ain’t gonna do no revolutionary act, forget about me. I don’t want myself on your mind if you’re not gonna work for the people." — Fred Hampton
“Work for the People” is an exhibition of local and national artist/revolutionaries (under)mining radical histories and exploring the implications of the events of 1968 for today’s struggles and those in the (sometimes deep) future.
Artists include: Brandon Alvendia, Sofía Córdova, Damon Davis, Jim DeRogatis, Jim Duignan, Chris Duncan, Lise Haller Baggesen Ross, Robby Herbst, Jason Lazarus, Jesse Malmed, Justseeds Artists' Cooperative | Poor People's Campaign, Nicole Marroquin, Jennifer Moon, Emilio Rojas, Anthony Romero + Josh Rios, Dan S Wang, WORK/PLAY (Kevin and Danielle McCoy), Derrick Woods-Morrow, and Latham Zearfoss.
"Work for the People (or Forget About Fred Hampton)" is organized by Nick Wylie with the support of Luke Cimarusti.
I made my very first ad for an art mag 😁🎨👩🏻🎨 for my upcoming show at Commonwealth and Council that will be printed in X-TRA quarterly 21.2 Winter 2019. I'm super into this ad and if you are too, pick up a copy of X-TRA 21.2 so you can cut it out and stick it on your fridge—out on shelves late November to late March!
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