Posts Tagged: 2017
The first volume of its kind, this double issue examines the intersections of sports, performance, popular culture, and experimental media. Features 41 contributors including artists, writers, critics, scholars, historians, and athletes.
An illustrated experimental essay on racial and ethnic identity (and recent cases in the art world and beyond), authenticity, postmemory, and appropriation. KQED described the commissioned chapbook as “finely wrought words.”
“Queer Threads is not just an exploration of fiber art and crafts, but also a celebration of the creativity, diversity, and vibrancy of contemporary queer culture.”
“Throughout the last twenty years, my relationship to Joanie 4 Jackie has evolved from spectator to fan, consumer, event programmer, tour booker, distributor, historian, and curator.” – Suparak
“The project, and our friendship, also shaped my own interest in feminist, alternative, and amateur production.”
“Here, July takes us through the evolution of Joanie 4 Jackie through artifacts from the archive, highlighting its videos, early inspirations and influence.”
The complete archives of the influential underground film network for female filmmakers has been acquired by The Getty and is now viewable online.