Posts Tagged: collaboration

The front page of the artist newspaper "The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism" with the title "TIME+MONEY" and a yellow monotone image of a drawing of a forest, by Glammy Rose Spencer. Contributors names are listed on the bottom half page of the cover: Glammy Rose Spencer in conversation with Jacob Boehme, Ron Athey, Sveta Bondarenko, Gabriel Rendon, Loyiso Lindani, Francisco Ibanez-Carrasco, Dee Stoicescu, Lili Nascimento and Felix Rodriguez-Rosa, Plus results from the HIV Howler wage survey for Artists Living with HIV, and contributions from Nancer Lemoins, Mikiki, Martha Nasie Mamidza and Saidy Brown, Dean Croizer, and Anthea Black and Jessica Whitbread with the HIV Howler Advisory.

The HIV Howler Issue 5: TIME-MONEY

    The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism is a limited edition art newspaper focusing on global grassroots HIV art and cultural production. Artists have and continue to play a fundamental role in shaping broader societal understandings of HIV

The front page of the artist newspaper "The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism" with the title "TIME+MONEY" and a yellow monotone image of a drawing of a forest, by Glammy Rose Spencer. Contributors names are listed on the bottom half page of the cover: Glammy Rose Spencer in conversation with Jacob Boehme, Ron Athey, Sveta Bondarenko, Gabriel Rendon, Loyiso Lindani, Francisco Ibanez-Carrasco, Dee Stoicescu, Lili Nascimento and Felix Rodriguez-Rosa, Plus results from the HIV Howler wage survey for Artists Living with HIV, and contributions from Nancer Lemoins, Mikiki, Martha Nasie Mamidza and Saidy Brown, Dean Croizer, and Anthea Black and Jessica Whitbread with the HIV Howler Advisory.

The HIV Howler Issue 5: TIME-MONEY

    The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism is a limited edition art newspaper focusing on global grassroots HIV art and cultural production. Artists have and continue to play a fundamental role in shaping broader societal understandings of HIV

page spread from "Comedown - Sunrise Ceremony" book that shows a series of images fragmented in a grid with white spaces, and text overtop that reads "Capitalism is carving time into smaller and smaller pieces."

COMEDOWN / Sunrise Ceremony

COMEDOWN – Sunrise Ceremony The Sunrise Ceremony was presented by the Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven. The performance begins at 6:03 am to break with chrononormative displays of public culture. This period of the day directly preceding the dawn is known

page spread from "Comedown - Sunrise Ceremony" book that shows a series of images fragmented in a grid with white spaces, and text overtop that reads "Capitalism is carving time into smaller and smaller pieces."

COMEDOWN / Sunrise Ceremony

COMEDOWN – Sunrise Ceremony The Sunrise Ceremony was presented by the Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven. The performance begins at 6:03 am to break with chrononormative displays of public culture. This period of the day directly preceding the dawn is known

Handbook: Supporting Queer and Trans Students in Art and Design Education

HANDBOOK is a collaborative intervention in art and design pedagogy. It offers faculty a radical rethink on how to work with queer and transgender students on their path to becoming artists and designers – from the first day of school

Handbook: Supporting Queer and Trans Students in Art and Design Education

HANDBOOK is a collaborative intervention in art and design pedagogy. It offers faculty a radical rethink on how to work with queer and transgender students on their path to becoming artists and designers – from the first day of school

three rows of white, folded accordion-book pages hover on a gallery wall. The pages each have an abstract shape cut out of the centrefold, to create subtle patterns and shadows on the wall.

Two Fold: twice as great or as numerous

Two fold is a wall-mounted accordion book that consists of 84 cut-paper panels. A collaboration between Black and Thea Yabut, Two fold begins with their ongoing “mirror drawing” studio game, and their practice of using scissors and knives as a drawing tool. Working

three rows of white, folded accordion-book pages hover on a gallery wall. The pages each have an abstract shape cut out of the centrefold, to create subtle patterns and shadows on the wall.

Two Fold: twice as great or as numerous

Two fold is a wall-mounted accordion book that consists of 84 cut-paper panels. A collaboration between Black and Thea Yabut, Two fold begins with their ongoing “mirror drawing” studio game, and their practice of using scissors and knives as a drawing tool. Working

LOUISE

LOUISE is part of a collaborative project with Thea Yabut that was sparked by an image of Louise Bourgeois in her studio. Who are we (with) in the studio? Who is Bourgeois looking at as she turns from her drawing?  Our

LOUISE

LOUISE is part of a collaborative project with Thea Yabut that was sparked by an image of Louise Bourgeois in her studio. Who are we (with) in the studio? Who is Bourgeois looking at as she turns from her drawing?  Our

Mirror Drawing

Singularity is always already plural; individuals are at once unique in their differences and relational to others. Anthea Black and Thea Yabut create drawings, book works, prints, photographs, and composite films simultaneously together and individually, each mimicking the other’s movements

Mirror Drawing

Singularity is always already plural; individuals are at once unique in their differences and relational to others. Anthea Black and Thea Yabut create drawings, book works, prints, photographs, and composite films simultaneously together and individually, each mimicking the other’s movements

Coupé à la mains

Coupé à la mains Blindfold a poet. Put her poems and a pair of scissors in her hands. Destroy, she said. Coupé à la mains uses a surrealist process of chance,”blind cutting,” to cut and reconfigure imagery and fragments of poems by Virginia Konchan: The Hand

Coupé à la mains

Coupé à la mains Blindfold a poet. Put her poems and a pair of scissors in her hands. Destroy, she said. Coupé à la mains uses a surrealist process of chance,”blind cutting,” to cut and reconfigure imagery and fragments of poems by Virginia Konchan: The Hand

LIVE FROM PATTERN HUT

LIVE FROM PATTERN HUT An accordion bookwork that contains reproductions of six film stills from Black and Yabut’s work Maman and Me. On the reverse, a critical text by Jen Kennedy entitled “Fugitive Patterns,” is paired with images from the performative

LIVE FROM PATTERN HUT

LIVE FROM PATTERN HUT An accordion bookwork that contains reproductions of six film stills from Black and Yabut’s work Maman and Me. On the reverse, a critical text by Jen Kennedy entitled “Fugitive Patterns,” is paired with images from the performative

Maman and me

Maman and me combines imagery of hair, brushing, braiding, spiders, knives, scissors, and cut paper derived from my interest in the work of Louise Bourgeois and my collaboration with Thea Yabut. The work utilizes both “blind cutting” and cameraless animation:

Maman and me

Maman and me combines imagery of hair, brushing, braiding, spiders, knives, scissors, and cut paper derived from my interest in the work of Louise Bourgeois and my collaboration with Thea Yabut. The work utilizes both “blind cutting” and cameraless animation:

PASS

Many kinds of queer and material knowledge are constructed around the notion of passing, including elaborate forms of hair, self-presentation, drag, and costume. Queer bodies know and hold more than can be told, or spoken; for one night only we

PASS

Many kinds of queer and material knowledge are constructed around the notion of passing, including elaborate forms of hair, self-presentation, drag, and costume. Queer bodies know and hold more than can be told, or spoken; for one night only we

Tea Time Folio: Mapping Informal Networks of Women Living with HIV

The Tea Time Folio is a series of limited edition prints by Anthea Black, Jessica MacCormack, and Johnny Nawrajac produced for Jessica Whitbread’s book Tea Time: Mapping Informal Networks of Women Living with HIV. Produced by Anthea Black and Jessica

Tea Time Folio: Mapping Informal Networks of Women Living with HIV

The Tea Time Folio is a series of limited edition prints by Anthea Black, Jessica MacCormack, and Johnny Nawrajac produced for Jessica Whitbread’s book Tea Time: Mapping Informal Networks of Women Living with HIV. Produced by Anthea Black and Jessica

DO LESS WITH LESS / DO MORE WITH MORE

Ladies’ Invitational Deadbeat Society’s limited edition DO LESS WITH LESS / DO MORE WITH MORE cross stitch pattern poster. The slogan on the original posters was drawn from Artivistic’s Promiscuous Infrastructures project at Centre des arts actuels Skol in Montréal, Québec

DO LESS WITH LESS / DO MORE WITH MORE

Ladies’ Invitational Deadbeat Society’s limited edition DO LESS WITH LESS / DO MORE WITH MORE cross stitch pattern poster. The slogan on the original posters was drawn from Artivistic’s Promiscuous Infrastructures project at Centre des arts actuels Skol in Montréal, Québec

Performing Austerity: Artists, Work, and Economic Speculation

The relationship between arts economies and austerity is a tumultuous one. We need only recall Stephen Harper’s sneering 2008 categorization of artists as rich complainers as evidence of the persistent myths that are used to devalue artistic work as “non-essential”

Performing Austerity: Artists, Work, and Economic Speculation

The relationship between arts economies and austerity is a tumultuous one. We need only recall Stephen Harper’s sneering 2008 categorization of artists as rich complainers as evidence of the persistent myths that are used to devalue artistic work as “non-essential”

TAG TEAM at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives

TAG TEAM: Gay Premises Artists and Art Workers respond to Gay Premises: Radical Voices in the Archives, 1973-1983   Curated by Erin Silver Artists: Anthea Black, Sharlene Bamboat and Dina Georgis, Eugenio Salas, and Robert Waters Closing event August 28,

TAG TEAM at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives

TAG TEAM: Gay Premises Artists and Art Workers respond to Gay Premises: Radical Voices in the Archives, 1973-1983   Curated by Erin Silver Artists: Anthea Black, Sharlene Bamboat and Dina Georgis, Eugenio Salas, and Robert Waters Closing event August 28,

The Ten Cognitive Distortions

The Ten Cognitive Distortions is a photocopied poster edition derived from a handout given to me by my therapist Maria. The original appears to have been photocopied (and possibly even faxed) several times before I received it. I recognize that most

The Ten Cognitive Distortions

The Ten Cognitive Distortions is a photocopied poster edition derived from a handout given to me by my therapist Maria. The original appears to have been photocopied (and possibly even faxed) several times before I received it. I recognize that most

GLITTER BIKE RIDE

Our dream for a world where transmutation of the ephemeral and impermanent self is possible. Beyond space and time. Returning to the sites of tragedy, an homage to those we’ve lost. Ghosts who haunt the living with a message of

GLITTER BIKE RIDE

Our dream for a world where transmutation of the ephemeral and impermanent self is possible. Beyond space and time. Returning to the sites of tragedy, an homage to those we’ve lost. Ghosts who haunt the living with a message of

LADIES INVITATIONAL DEADBEAT SOCIETY

The Ladies’ Invitational Deadbeat Society (LIDS) was founded in 2006 as a closely-knit affiliation of then-unemployed cultural workers, not working, but still bustin’ ass within Alberta artist-run culture. Their activities made visible and politicized women’s roles in the arts economy

LADIES INVITATIONAL DEADBEAT SOCIETY

The Ladies’ Invitational Deadbeat Society (LIDS) was founded in 2006 as a closely-knit affiliation of then-unemployed cultural workers, not working, but still bustin’ ass within Alberta artist-run culture. Their activities made visible and politicized women’s roles in the arts economy

looking for love in all the wrong places

looking for love in all the wrong places is an artist-curatorial project that commissions and disseminates limited edition silkscreen posters and multiples by queer artists for public spaces. When it began in 2006, the project was a call for collaboration and

looking for love in all the wrong places

looking for love in all the wrong places is an artist-curatorial project that commissions and disseminates limited edition silkscreen posters and multiples by queer artists for public spaces. When it began in 2006, the project was a call for collaboration and