GUNS AND VIRIONS: MEL CHIN’S I SEE…. THE INSURGENT MECHANICS OF INFECTION
Thirty years after Mel Chin pointed a rifle at the heads of an audience assembled for a public talk, the artist re-examines this eerily prescient work in our current moment of resurgent fascisms, rampant viral scares—both medical and digital—and the need to reimagine everything.
RELEARNING THE ANCIENT: PATHS TO INDIGENOUS LAND RIGHTS IN BORIQUÉN
Jorge González and Angela Brown
An email exchange accompanied by a diary of images and texts, reflects on and practices the relearning of traditional crafts in Boriquén (Puerto Rico) as a recuperative strategy for colonial erasure of land rights, a subject increasingly raw and urgent as climate crisis deepens.