Current & recent projects
Opening Reception: Wednesday, January 16, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM with performance by Julie Tolentino and Pigpen (aka Stosh Fila); curatorial walkthrough from 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM.
Artists: OlaRonke Akinmowo for Free Black Women’s Library, Becca Albee, Amelia Bande, Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo, Christen Clifford, January Hunt, Carolyn Lazard, Candice Lin & Patrick Staff, Julie Tolentino, Quay Quinn Wolf, Sarah Zapata
Curated by: Stamatina Gregory & Jeanne Vaccaro
Curatorial Fellow: Java Jones
EFA Project Space presents CURRICULUM: spaces of learning and unlearning, an exhibition that reimagines collective study outside of cultural institutions and creates pathways for resistance by asking the questions: What would a curriculum for collective study and political action look and feel like? Can simply being present together be a form of learning, a way of transforming one another? What is recuperable from decades past? What can we do that we have not yet done?
RAPE, REPRESENTATION, AND RADICALITY
The Feminist Art Project's Day of Panels at CAA on January 16, 2019
Co-chaired by Christen Clifford and Jasmine Wahi
Tour WithOUT END
I am delighted to have a small role in Laura Parnes' epic experimental fiction doc hybrid. The players include: Matthew Asti (MGMT), Lizzi Bougatsos (GANG GANG DANCE), Becca Blackwell, Christen Clifford, Alexandra Drewchin (EARTHEATER), Nicole Eisenman, K8 Hardy, Johanna Fateman (LE TIGRE), Jim Fletcher (NYC PLAYERS), Shannon Funchess (LIGHT ASYLUM), Alessandra Genovese (CRUSH), Kathleen Hanna (THE JULIE RUIN), JD Samson (MEN), Gary Indiana, Rachel Mason, Tom McGrath, Neon Music (YOUTH QUAKE), Eileen Myles, Kembra Pfahler (VOLUPTOUS HORROR), Brontez Purnell (THE YOUNGER LOVERS), Roger Ramos (LOVE PIG), Kenya Robinson (CHEEKY LASHAE) and Kate Valk (WOOSTER GROUP).
CANCER: A LOVE STORY
Cancer: A Love Story is an autobiographical documentary Cancer: A Love Story is an autobiographical documentary series about my battle with cancer and the crazy things I did to heal myself.
We were featured in SPOTLIGHT ON DOCUMENTARIES at IFP Week 2018.
Unvictiming The Gaze
This was a great event and panel by Another Gaze: A Feminist Film Journal at Union Docs of female directed films that reframed sexual violence.