Retooling Dissent (2002)

Retooling Dissent (2002)

Retooling Dissent documents the work of four art collectives (Las Agencias, Institute for Applied Autonomy, the Bikewriters, and StreetRec) deploying creative protest projects within the 2002 protests against the World Economic Forum in New York City. This work was documented in the video I co-edited with 4n6 and organized tours for: Retooling Dissent: Creative Resistance at the WEF 02-02-02. See the project website here and see the full video here:

Retooling Dissent screened in numerous festivals, exhibits and public events, and can be found on the Selectmedia DVD series, Blackedout Media TV, and in the Disobedience archive.

Retooling Dissent went on to screen at Next 5 Minutes festival of tactical media [Amsterdam], Dumbo Art Center “D.U.M.B.O. Film Fest” [Brooklyn, NY], Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art“Interventionists” (DVD installation) curated by Nato Thompson [North Adams, MA], Werkleitz Biennial 6 “Common Property” [Halle, Germany], Lothringer Dreizehn “Spacemakers” (DVD Installation) [Munich, Germany] curated by Brett Bloom , DC Underground Film Festival [Washington, DC], Oliver Gallery at University of South Florida “Common Places” curated by Rozalinda Borcila [Tampa, FL], Museum of Image and Sound “Festival Digitofagia” [Sao Paulo, Brazil], Freedom Film Festival [Park City, UT], ATA Other Cinema [San Francisco, CA], IMPAKT Festival [Amsterdam, Netherlands], Chicago Underground Film Festival [Chicago, IL], Gene Siskel Film Center [Chicago, IL], C-Level with Journal of Aesthetics and Protest [Los Angeles, CA], Museum of Contemporary Art “Version>03” [Chicago, IL], and Visualized Film Festival [Denver, CO].

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