Excerpts from Broken Windows will be on view at the Musée de la main in Lausanne, Switzerland for their year long exhibit on VIOLENCES.
Full brochure and events schedule available here.
Show Me The Money: The Image of Finance, 1700 to the Present
The latest film from the AHRC looks at ‘Show Me The Money’ – a new exhibition which charts how the financial world has been imagined in art, illustration, photography and other visual media over the last three centuries in Britain and the United States.
This exhibition asks what does ‘the market’ look like? What does money really stand for? How can the abstractions of high finance be made visible? The project asks how artists have grappled with the increasingly intangible nature of money and finance, from the South Sea Bubble of the eighteenth century to the global financial crisis of 2008.
This AHRC film guides us through the exhibition featuring works ranging from satirical eighteenth-century prints by William Hogarth to newly commissioned works by artists Cornford & Cross, and James O Jenkins, as well as the first UK exhibition of international artist such Molly Crabapple.
The exhibition includes an array of media: paintings, prints, photographs, videos, artefacts, and instruments of financial exchange both ‘real’ and imagined. Indeed the exhibition also charts the development of an array of financial visualisations, including stock tickers and charts, newspaper illustrations, bank adverts, and electronic trading systems.
To find out more about Show Me The Money please visit the www.imageoffinance.com, website for information, interactive games, and more.
Join us Thursday, June 25, for a slideshow and video screening of recent work by the next group of RISC trainees, including artist Molly Crabapple.
Suggested donation: Bronx Resident $5, General $10, helps fund the next class of RISC trainees and the BDC. Tickets available at the door.
Thursday, June 25th
Bronx Documentary Center
614 Courtlandt Ave.
Bronx, NY 10451
For more information about RISC, please visit risctraining.org.
“Politicians love to bray that ‘illegal aliens’ are bleeding America. But the real leeches are the private prison companies who rake in billions in taxpayer money to ruin immigrants’ lives — including those with the legal papers to live and work in the US.”
— via Fusion
Called an art movement “in and of herself”, Crabapple is a highly politicized artist and writer who gets around the world of sound bites, producing a new kind of long form journalism.
While she was in the West Bank, besides sketching what she saw, Crabapple, who chose her name at age 19 when she was working as a naked model, was reading from her forthcoming illustrated memoir, Drawing Blood.
One might say that 30-something is too young to be writing one’s memoirs, but Crabapple started out early on the path to success, hell-bent on remaining a maverick.
“Since I’ve written my memoir I’ve been thinking back on my decisions and they could be taken as adult and mature or just [those of] a weird person. I think I was just weird,” she said.