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
February 16 release of PUSH / PULL Issue 7 at Queens Museum
March 28 NeON Photographers Workshop with Hiram Maristany at Hunter East Harlem Gallery
April 11-14 PUSH / PULL Issue 7 at Printer Matter LA Art Book Fair 2019
May 11 Alternative Approaches to Photography Workshop at Hunter College, sponsored by Crossway Foundation
September 12-29 Who Takes Care of New York? at Queens Museum