Filmmaker Audrey Ewell and her partner Aaron Ailes are collaborating on a crowdsourced film project about #Occupy Wall Street called "99% (The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film)". As I write, they have pushed past their original goal of $17,500, so success is now a given.
Check out their video on Kickstarter, where they now have 10 hours to raise funds…Continue
When police raided Liberty Park in the wee hours of November 15th, what occupiers cared most about, in addition to free speech rights violation, press censorship and police brutality, was the removal of their library, which contained 5,000 donated titles. In this movement of ideas, Books have become a key symbol to the cause. The shelter for the library at #OccupyWallStreet was donated by National Book Award-winner and punk…Continue
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City has produced an incredible exhibition (through March 2012) called Water Matters: Why We Need to Act Now to Save our Most Critical Resource. It begins with the premise “Our bodies are molded rivers.” Talk about core concept poetics...
The opportunities for writers in this setting is highly fluid, to say the least. Featuring multimedia artworks and…Continue
Last Friday, I took the #4 train down to Fulton Street to video-explore the real time history-in-transit that is #OccupyWallStreet at Zuccotti Park/Liberty Square. Though I had been following the stories, the tweets, the memes and viral videos as they traversed social media, I had yet to head south and experience the events firsthand.
While I expected police personnel, signage, dancing, drumming, tarps and tents, there were many other unexpected observations that met the…Continue