Julie Green, The Last Supper, 2000-ongoing. Installation view of 357 plates in the 2009 exhibition "Counter Intelligence," California State University, Los Angeles.

JULIE GREEN
ASHLEY HUNT
LUCKY PIERRE
PRISON AND NEIGHBORHOOD
ART PROJECT (P+NAP)

SARAH ROSS
DREAD SCOTT
JACKIE SUMELL
TEMPORARY SERVICES
TAMMS YEAR TEN

RELATED PROGRAMMING:
July 22, 7pm: A conversation with artist Ashley Hunt & members of Critical Resistance

Join us for a conversation with artist Ashley Hunt, centering on Hunt’s work with the grassroots organization Critical Resistance, which has resulted in part in his Corrections Documentary Project (on view in the current exhibition, To Shoot a Kite). Members of the New York chapter of Critical Resistance will be present to discuss their local efforts to abolish the prison industrial complex, seeking “healthy and stable communities that respond to harm without relying on imprisonment and punishment.”

July 30, 6pm: A performance by Truthworker Theatre Company
Truthworker Theatre Company will perform excerpts from BAR CODE and a selection of new works. TTC's current work provides a performative analysis of the school-to-prison pipeline using theatre and media, featuring high school and college-aged youth and directed by Samara Gaev. 
For more information on Truthworker Theatre Company, click here.