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UltraViolet Archive (Censorship is Spooky)
October 22, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – October 30, 2022 @ 5:00 pm UTC-5
October 21-23, October 29-30,12-5pm
UltraViolet Archive is a nomadic collection of endangered creative works including films, graphic novels, music, literature, visual and performing arts that were banned, challenged, or partially censored.
The Flux Island installation will feature a Halloween-themed collection of frequently censored works.
Visitors are invited to conduct research using the reference materials provided and recommend additional works to expand the archive.
This event is free and open to the public.
Christina Freeman (she/her) is an artist and curator based in Brooklyn. Her participatory installation, UltraViolet Archive was exhibited in the Queens International Volumes (Queens Museum), with mentions in Artforum and Vulture. She is a 2022 Bronx Museum AIM Fellow. Her projects have received support from Creative Time (2019), Culture Push (2018-2019), National Coalition Against Censorship (2018-2019), Danish Arts Foundation (2018), and Red House, Sofia, Bulgaria (2012). Her previous residencies include: ARoS Public, Aarhus, Denmark; Flux Factory, Queens, NY; and SOMA, Mexico City. As part of ABC No Rio’s Visual Arts Collective, Christina organizes exhibitions in noncommercial spaces in NYC.
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