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Franklin Street Works exhibition “Collective Action Archive: Redux,” is the newest addition to our ongoing exploration of intersections between art and activism. It is the 2.0 version of the collaboratively curated exhibition, “Collective Action Archive,” which was exhibited at the Passage Gallery on the Purchase College, SUNY campus in 2013. That show was co-curated by Franklin Street Works’ Sandrine Milet and Terri C Smith in collaboration with students and faculty from the Media Studies Department at Purchase College. It featured materials gathered from artist/activist collectives, and, after the show, its contents were accessioned into the Purchase College Library archive, becoming a resource for students and scholars.
“Collective Action Archive: Redux” is curated by Franklin Street Works creative director Terri C Smith and will feature materials from the Purchase College Library’s archive along with new items loaned from collectives that have formed since 2013. In the spirit of a living archive, new contributions will be added throughout the exhibition’s run.
On view at Franklin Street Works from February 9 – September 8, 2019
This event is free of charge.
Franklin Street Works
41 Franklin Street
Stamford, CT 06901
Franklin Street works is walking distance from the Stamford Target parking garage. There is also metered street parking available and free street parking after 7pm.
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