A Guided Tour of Andy Warhol at The Whitney Museum

A Guided Tour of Andy Warhol at The Whitney Museum

 
 
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**SUPPORT US ON D.RIP/ARTANDLABOR FOR A FREE MUSEUM PASS** Join your two favorite gallery ghouls OK Fox and Lucia Love for a journey through the heart of hypercapitalist hellscape that is Chelsea in 2018. We used an expired press pass and expired student ID to sneak a field recorder into “Andy Warhol – From A to B and Back Again” a retrospective of an artist we have grown to loath, up at The Whitney Museum through the end of March. Please also see our map!! And our instagram!!

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Episode 9 – The YouTube Shooter (The Internet vs Dasein)

Episode 9 – The YouTube Shooter (The Internet vs Dasein)

 
 
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Content warning right at the top, this episode we discuss guns, violence, and suicide. We read through the Hito Steyerl essays “Is the Internet Dead?” and “The Terror of Total Dasein: Economies of Presence in the Art Field” We get into the complicated life and death of Nasim Najafi Aghdam, algorithms, junktime, access, and therapy. If you like us please consider donating for bonus writing, memes, and art: https://d.rip/art-and-labor

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The Legacy of Nasim Najafi Aghdam: https://medium.com/@jonathansykes/the-legacy-of-nasim-aghdam-7b8a29db1926

Is the Internet Dead?: https://www.e-flux.com/journal/49/60004/too-much-world-is-the-internet-dead/

The Terror of Total Dasein: http://dismagazine.com/discussion/78352/the-terror-of-total-dasein-hito-steyerl/

 

Episode 8 – Sorry to Bother You

Episode 8 – Sorry to Bother You

 
 
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We saw Sorry to Bother You and it was THE BEST MOVIE and THE ONLY MOVIE! We celebrate Chairman Boots Riley’s new masterpiece. We try to process the race and gender roles depicted in the film, but we’re way more excited to do a working class analysis. We’re now offering bonus materials on our Drip page! Feel free to skip the first 15 minutes of this ep that is just an ad for it. If you like us please consider donating for bonus writing, memes, and art: https://d.rip/art-and-labor

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https://www.vox.com/2018/7/27/17620246/boots-riley-sorry-to-bother-you-history-of-the-left-interview

https://www.democracynow.org/2018/7/17/boots_riley_on_how_his_hit

Episode 3 – Black Emergency Cultural Coalition and Women Artists in Revolution

Episode 3 – Black Emergency Cultural Coalition and Women Artists in Revolution

 
 
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Beep beep!! New Art and Labor here! Your favorite podcast focusing on the on-going struggle to survive as an art or cultural worker. Hosted by O.K. Fox and Lucia Love. This episode we fill you in even more social justice activism happening in the late sixties/early seventies. We talk proto Guerrilla Girls, and we trace the legacy of the Black Emergency Cultural Coalition’s pressure on The Met, MoMA, and The Whitney to current protests of The Brooklyn Museum. We despair about the continued lack of representation in these institutions, and ponder the effectiveness of identity-based strategies. We also get into some contextual tangents about Art & Language, The Fox, and Artists Meeting For Cultural Change.

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Much is pulled from the book “Art Gangs: Protest and Counterculture in New York City” by Alan W. Moore published by Autonomedia in 2011 and “Exhibiting Authenticity: The Black Emergency Cultural Coalition’s Protests of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1968-71” by Caroline V. Wallace published in Art Journal in 2015.

For photos and more info check out these links:

http://archives.nypl.org/scm/20908

https://hyperallergic.com/374428/three-lessons-from-artists-protests-of-the-whitney-museum-in-the-1960s-70s/

https://aperture.org/blog/radical-black-women-changed-art-world/

https://blackartinamerica.com/index.php/2017/07/13/harlem-on-my-mind-50-years-later-would-reggie-still-be-protesting/

https://www.nytimes.com/1970/12/12/archives/women-artists-demonstrate-at-whitney.html

https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/we_wanted_a_revolution

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Episode 2 – Black Mask aka Up Against the Wall Motherfuckers

Episode 2 – Black Mask aka Up Against the Wall Motherfuckers

 
 
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Welcome back to Art & Labor! A podcast focusing on the on-going struggle to survive as an art or cultural worker. Hosted by O.K. Fox and Lucia Love. This episode we get into Black Mask aka Up Against the Wall Motherfuckers aka “The Family”, a radical anarchist group led by the artist Ben Morea. We also get into some fun little rants about Dada, The Situationists, and Warhol.

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Much is pulled from the book “Art Gangs: Protest and Counterculture in New York City” by Alan W. Moore published by Autonomedia in 2011.

For photos and more info check out these links:

https://situationnisteblog.wordpress.com/2015/08/21/black-mask-issues-1-6-8-9-1966-68/

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/16/arts/design/the-artist-ben-morea-returns-to-the-site-of-the-revolution.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2Id_5HmIok

https://i.imgur.com/JRxKttl.jpg

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