Artist, Writer, Activist
“What activist art does is actually a promiscuous theft of historical or archival possibilities. It digs down into that surplus archive, repurposing aspects of it, sometimes in the process repairing some of these gaps and broken pieces, and it functions in a way that is very much like a kind of mistake or error code in the idea of history itself. So if I was going to say, what is "after history?:", it’s perhaps already present in history proper, and that is the sort of noise function that has been sort of canceled out or is attempted to be canceled”—Greg Sholette.
Curator at the Lucas Artists Residency Program at the Montalvo Arts Centro, California