Radio Resistance is a limited series produced by the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis in conjunction with the exhibition Stories of Resistance. Artists featured in the exhibition are paired with figures from the past, present, and future of St. Louis, coming together to transmit messages of dissent.
Perseverance and Participation with Wendy Red Star and De Nichols
If taking a collaborative stance in protesting ensures sustainability and longevity, how do we lay the groundwork for participation? In this episode of Radio Resistance, Wendy Red Star and De Nichols talk about how and why they use their creative work...
Organizing Rebellion with Dread Scott and Walter Johnson
Is rebellion a norm, or is it exceptional? In this episode, artist Dread Scott and scholar Walter Johnson discuss the community-engaged performance Slave Rebellion Reenactment and the inspiring true story of the largest uprising of enslaved people in US...
Introducing Radio Resistance
In this inaugural episode of Radio Resistance, the co-producers Wassan Al-Khudhairi, Michelle Dezember, and Misa Jeffereis will introduce the show’s origins and intentions, as well as contextualize the choice of radio within the medium’s history of...
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