Who has civil rights and how are they enforced?
If you had a health issue that prevented you from getting a job or barred you from returning to school, what would you do?
Who would be safe to tell?
Would you have the individual means to file a complaint, or is there an organization or resources prebuilt to assist you?
How would you come up with the words to describe what happened to you if you are unable to recognize your story in print?
This year at Art in Odd Places, New Yorkers will be able to get in on the act and play a part in the performance of equity and inclusion with Leopoldo Bloom’s Biography of Complaint. If you are having a hard time finding the correct form or the right words to briefly condense your negative experiences into a proper complaint template, join Bloom outside of the Apple store on West 14th street.
Art in Odd Places
September 23 : 7-9pm, September 24 1-3pm 7-9pm , September 25 2-8pm
West 14 th and 9th avenue New York City
The Migratory Patterns of North American Queers at the Turn of the Century #MIGRATORYqUEERS
A new series of memes for readers to create photo albums documenting their lives. Instead of transcribing marriages, births and family trees, viewers will record their migration narratives with personal accounts of navigating social support outside of biological family.
How to Transition on Sixty-Three Cents a Day #63cents A memoir spanning thirty-one postcards