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PIGEONS ON THE GRASS, ALAS: Contemporary Curators Talk about the Field

The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage published a book of interviews with curators talking about their influences, aspirations, and challenges.

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PIGEONS ON THE GRASS, ALAS: Contemporary Curators Talk about the Field

The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage published a book of interviews with curators talking about their influences, aspirations, and challenges.

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RIOT GRRRL CHAPTERS MAP

An online, collaborative project tracking Riot Grrrl chapters across the world, from 1991 to the present.

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RIOT GRRRL CHAPTERS MAP

An online, collaborative project tracking Riot Grrrl chapters across the world, from 1991 to the present.

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RIOT GRRRL CENSUS

An on-going, public survey that tracks the lasting impact of the Riot Grrrl movement and provides an expanded oral history.

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RGCensus-connected

RIOT GRRRL CENSUS

An on-going, public survey that tracks the lasting impact of the Riot Grrrl movement and provides an expanded oral history.

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NEW ART/SCIENCE AFFINITIES

The book includes meditations, interviews, diagrams, letters and manifestos on maker culture, hacking, artist research, distributed creativity, and technological and speculative design.

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NEW ART/SCIENCE AFFINITIES

The book includes meditations, interviews, diagrams, letters and manifestos on maker culture, hacking, artist research, distributed creativity, and technological and speculative design.

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LA Times feature on Alien She

Los Angeles Times feature on Alien She

“Alien She traces the lineage of the movement from its roots to its current incarnation as a platform for social justice in a world muddied by prejudice of all kinds.”

LA Times feature on Alien She

Los Angeles Times feature on Alien She

“Alien She traces the lineage of the movement from its roots to its current incarnation as a platform for social justice in a world muddied by prejudice of all kinds.”

The Wire cover, April 2015 issue

The Wire review of Alien She

“Bold and anti-authoritarian in its approach, but complex and varied in its politics and aesthetics.”

The Wire cover, April 2015 issue

The Wire review of Alien She

“Bold and anti-authoritarian in its approach, but complex and varied in its politics and aesthetics.”

Fast Company

Fast Company feature on Alien She

“We want to show how Riot Grrrl is really a social movement that has global reach and encompasses a lot of creative forms.”

Fast Company

Fast Company feature on Alien She

“We want to show how Riot Grrrl is really a social movement that has global reach and encompasses a lot of creative forms.”

San Francisco Chronicle

SF Chronicle review of Alien She

“This complex exhibition, one of the best this year, explores the Riot Grrrl feminist movement…, some of the key artists it spawned and the technological arc of 20-plus years of radical artworks.”

San Francisco Chronicle

SF Chronicle review of Alien She

“This complex exhibition, one of the best this year, explores the Riot Grrrl feminist movement…, some of the key artists it spawned and the technological arc of 20-plus years of radical artworks.”

KQED review

KQED review of Alien She

“By emphasizing the impact of riot grrrl on artists creating radical and subversive work, Alien She does justice to the movement and honors its ethos.”

KQED review

KQED review of Alien She

“By emphasizing the impact of riot grrrl on artists creating radical and subversive work, Alien She does justice to the movement and honors its ethos.”

ArtInfo interview and slideshow

ArtInfo interview on Alien She & Riot Grrrl

“We spoke… with co-curators Astria Suparak and Ceci Moss about examining the movement’s legacy, combing through the Riot Grrrl archive, and Miranda July’s app.”

ArtInfo interview and slideshow

ArtInfo interview on Alien She & Riot Grrrl

“We spoke… with co-curators Astria Suparak and Ceci Moss about examining the movement’s legacy, combing through the Riot Grrrl archive, and Miranda July’s app.”