Saturday, September 29 3-5pm | Artbook @ MoMA PS1
Join the Coeditors of Women of Resistance, Danielle Barnhart & Iris Mahan in conversation with photographer, Daniel Albanese aka TheDustyRebel (whose photos of street art and protest are featured as the section breaks of the anthology) and special guest, street artist, Jilly Ballistic.
This will be a multimedia event, with projections of the photographer’s work, and poetry readings by Lauren Clark, Cynthia Dewi Oka, and Rosebud Ben Oni.
The conversation will focus on poetry & art as protest; why women/femme/queer artists take to the streets, and how this resistance shapes art and literary worlds (and the artists themselves). Panelists will explore how we reach our audiences despite issues of gender and myriad intersecting identities that define us as “other,” and the beauty & communities created from resistance.
Daniel “Dusty” Albanese is a New York City-based photographer and filmmaker behind the website TheDustyRebel. Shaped by his background in anthropology, he has built a worldwide following documenting the more marginal aspects of the urban landscape, as well as controversial artworks, political protests, and city living. In 2017, he began production on his first feature length documentary and book exploring the global Queer Street Art movement. http://www.thedustyrebel.com/