Coming Fall 2013: Stay tuned for the launch of the NannyVan, a roving public art project accelerating the movement for domestic workers' rights!
El Bibliobandido Commandeers the Annals of Caribbean Art: El Bibliobandido is a masked bandit who, hungry for stories, roves the jungles of Honduras where illiteracy rates soar at 80%, terrorizing kids until they write and offer him stories. Now, El Bibliobandido hijacks the annals of Caribbean art history, daring to commandeer an entire page of the Caribbean: Art at the Crossroads of the World catalog, edited by Elvis Fuentes and Deborah Cullen (Yale University Press and El Museo del Barrio, 2012).
PPH and REV- join forces.
New Day New Standard presented at The White House.
Pro+agonism: The Art of Opposition. Cornel West, D. Graham Burnett, Jill Magid, McKenzie Wark, Mendi+Keith, Cristina Goberna and Urtzi Grau, Anjum Asharia, and editor Marisa Jahn facilitated an evening of pleasurable and productive friction. Missed it? Check out these photos.
Fall 2013: Project NannVan.
A roving public art project accelerating the movement for domestic workers' rights!
June 26, 2013: Books & Bubblies with El Bibliobandido.
A fundraiser to support REV-'s free media arts summer program for underserved NYC teens as well as REV-'s ongoing Bibliobandido collaboration with communities in Honduras.
Why Call it Art? The Aesthetics of Participation
Queens Museum Director Tom Finkelpearl reflects on the usefulness of the designation 'art,' using REV-'s New Day New Standard as an example.
REV- REFLECTS: The Philosopher’s Axe and Socially-Engaged Art. Reflections from our “REVistas: Rethinking Social Services” working group as a part of the Queen’s Museum’s Arte Util Lab.
Feb 6-March 6, 2013: Video Slink Uganda features work by Paul D. Miller (Dj Spooky), Rashaad Newsome, Hank Willis Thomas, Saya Woolfalk, and more. Paul Falzone and REV- curated 7 experimental videos which were burned onto pirated DVDs and played before feature films (Hollywood hits, Nollywood dramas, Bollywood musicals, and pornography).
Jan 29, 2013: REV- at Lincoln Center. Storycode presents REV-'s work at their monthly transmedia event.
Through Jan 13, 2013: World's Fair 2.0 at Maker Faire and New York Hall of Science. An interactive scavenger hunt that examines Flushing, Queens—past and present.
Winter 2013. REV-'s New Day New Standard included in MIT's Open Documentary Lab.
Fall/Winter 2012. Catch El Bibliobandido, the chief villain you love to hate, commandeering full page spreads in ArtForum and the annals of Caribbean art history!
Oct 10, 2012: Pro+agonist with Cornel West, Jill Magid, McKenzie Wark, Saskia Bos, Carl DiSalvo, Mendi+Keith, and others. A book launch rife with pleasure & productive friction. At the Great Hall, Cooper Union, NYC.
Sept 14, 2012: REV- at the White House. REV- presents creative tech for social change, in support of the White House Open Government Initiative.
June 14-Oct 21, 2012: El Bibliobandido's debut at Studio Museum of Harlem. The chief villain we love to hate—bared naked—with books!