Repair the World, NYC is proud to host an installation of protest signs, then beginning on April 5, an exhibition of banners by artist Amy Khoshbin, and writer Anne Carson, and a flexible programming calendar in response to the needs of organizations and individuals fighting against racism, nationalism, sexism, and the intersection of these and other civil rights movements of today. The protest signs are being gathered by an open call and will be made available to those participating in marches and rallies for the duration of the show (March 7–May 20).
Gallery Open Hours: Tuesday–Friday 12–6pm and by appointment
Closing reception: May 20, 7–10pm
Repair the World NYC, 808 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216
HAVE A PROTEST SIGN YOU WISH TO SHARE? We will display it at Repair the World NYC and make it available to those en route to rallies or marches for the duration of the installation. Download a pdf of the open call here to share easily with your network.
Mail or deliver signs in person to:
Repair the World: PROTEST
808 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn NY 11216
Amy Khoshbin is an Iranian-American Brooklyn-based artist merging performance, video, collage, costume and sound to examine our individual and collective compulsion to create, transform, and sometimes destroy the stories of who we are, who we think we are, and who we think we should be. As part of INTERSECTION she, in collaboration with art production team House of Trees, will be sharing the project Word On the Street, a series of large scale protest banners created from collaborations between internationally acclaimed writers and artists. The first installation in this series is a collaboration between Amy Khoshbin and writer Anne Carson.
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