UltraViolet Archive at Queens Museum

photo credit: Hai Zhang


As a nomadic project and event space, UltraViolet Archive provides visibility for and access to challenged creative works. Named after the wavelengths of light outside the visible spectrum, the material featured within this archive has faced the threat of public invisibility, due to banning, cultural amnesia, bias, self-censorship, and other challenges. By featuring visual arts, literature, films, graphic novels, music and performing arts, the installation highlights that no medium is immune to censorship.

On view through February 24, 2019 at Queens Museum



Saunter, Trek, Escort, Parade
Curated by Christina FreemanEmireth Herrera and moira williams.

The exhibition continues at the Queens Museum, October 28 to December 2, 2018. Performances and walks will take place October 28, November 11 and December 2.

S.T.E.P… embraces the many ways and bodies we walk while asking how walking as a creative act can challenge notions and open conversations around visibility, gender, labor, exploration, counter mapping, colonialism, feminism, motherhood, contesting borders, community building, calling out gentrification, street harassment, (dis)ability, carbon debt, who sets the pace and measurement of the world, to the power of dreams and our entanglements between all of these and one another.




July 25-31: Curatorial research in Copenhagen supported by the Danish Arts Foundation

August 1-24: Residency at ARoS Public supported by Flux Factory and USE STUDIO

September 6: Saunter Trek Escort Parade at Flux Factory

October 7: Queens International ’18, Queens Museum

October 28: Saunter Trek Escort Parade at Queens Museum

PUSH/PULL (Culture Push Journal)

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