Interference Archive - CANCELED

Interference Archive uses the relationship between cultural production and social movements as a way to tackle social and political issues, by bringing together artists, activists, archivists, and community organizers. Our work manifests in an open stacks archival collection, publications, a study center, and public programs including exhibitions, workshops, talks, and screenings, all of which are free and open to the public, and encourage critical and creative engagement with the rich history of social movements. We are completely volunteer run and collectively organized; we cover almost all of our operational costs through individual donations from our community.

We believe that every individual and community has the right to tell its own history and control how that history is re-told, and all of our archival collections and public programming work towards this end. Since opening our doors in 2011, Interference Archive has grown its archival collection of social movement ephemera by over 100%, through donations of materials from our community and from artists and activists around the world. In October 2017 we are excited to open our doors at a new location in Park Slope; join us for this behind-the-scenes tour of our new space, and glimpse some highlights from our archival collection!


UPDATE: Please note that this site has been canceled.


Image Credit: Interference Archive