Radical media, politics and culture.

From Video Revolution to Internet Liberation

Anonymous Comrade writes " Free.The.Media!

Afternoon Seminar

Tuesday, April 9 at 1 PM


Name.Space Lab

11 East 4th Street 2nd Floor (2F)

New York, NY 10003

between broadway/lafayette sts.

R train to 8th and Broadway, 6 train to Astor Place
or Bleecker Street

Presented by:

Jim Costanzo of Repo History

instructor at Parsons School of Design

Deconstructing Media:

Art, Perception and Society

Works by Paul Garrin:

Video Revolution to Internet Liberation


Artist, Activist and Media Pioneer Paul Garrin will screen his video works
and art installation documentation, and
discuss his explorations of the politics
and practices of media technology, art,
surveillance, public and private space,
ownership and access to media and
the liberation of the infosphere through
art, activism and practice.

Admission is free to Parsons students with ID

all others admission is $3

RSVP: events@freethemedia.org

seating limited! so reserve!

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