Credits

 

Cabinet Magazine, Cover of Cabinet no. 44, “24 Hours” (Winter 2011/2012)

 

Franklin Furnace, Dread Scott. Rate of Change: Money to Burn. June 22, 2010.

Rate of Change is a suite of unannounced performances in pubic spaces in New York. I Am Not a Man references the 1968 Memphis Sanitation workers’ “I am a Man” strike. It is inverted, pointing simultaneously to the importance of the Civil Rights protests and how racism remains entrenched. In Kidney for Sale Scott sits on the street and walk through subway cars offering to sell his organs to feed his family—a commonplace exchange in India. In Money to Burn, enacted on Wall Street, Scott burns $250 while asking traders to join him.

 

Creative Capital, Banker White and Zach Niles, WeOwnTV

La Mama: Urban Odyssey, a production by Loco7 Dance Puppet Theatre Company, photo by Lee Wexler

The Foundry Theatre: FUREE in Pins & Needles 1 and 2 (Ari Mintz)

Creative Time: Tania Bruguera, Immigrant Movement International - Photograph by Sam Horine, courtesy Creative Time and Queens Museum of Art

A Studio in the Woods: Nick Slie performing as "Loup Garou" during our annual FORESTival, photo credit: Tara Foster

Harlem Stage: Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, photo by Vaughn Browne

Socrates Sculpture Park: Civic Action: A Vision For Long Island City by photographer Bilyana Dimitrova