To Make A Public
2016, PRESS PRESS X TEMPORARY ART REVIEW, BALTIMORE, MD
What does it mean to make a public? How do publications work within and alongside social movements? How are artists defining, building and protecting the public sphere?
The first event that took place at Press Press’s public studio space while it was still in the process of build out attempted to answer some of these questions. This discussion featured:
Jenné Afiya, Balti Gurls; Fire Angelou, Daughters of the Diaspora; Emeline Boehringer & Kory Sanders, Beast Grrl Collective; Sarrita Hunn, Temporary Art Review; Malcolm Peacock, Artist; & moderated by Kimi Hanauer, Press Press
This conversation also offered a space to collaboratively imagine what this space could become and later was translated into the publication, The Making Of: Publics & Liberation. Read the full transcript at Temporary Art Review.