/Tania Bruguera, Immigrant Movement International

23.10.2011 /12:00 m.
Occupy Boston, Dewey Square
organized by Free School University, IM International, Experience Economies and Artists in context

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Experience economies and artist in context present: Tania Bruguera, Immigrant Movement International

As part of the Free School University Immigration Forum at Occupy Boston, Dewey Square

About The Free School University Forum at Occupy Boston

The Free School University at Occupy Boston hosts an Immigration Forum to address immigrant representation in the 99% and to host other conversations around immigration-related concerns. Please click HERE to view or download a call to participate in the Immigration Forum, circulated on behalf of Free School University. Please contact obimmigrationforum@gmail.com.

About Immigrant Movement International

Born from Bruguera’s interest in Arte Útil (Useful Art) and her concerns for the political representation and conditions facing immigrants, Immigrant Movement International is an artist-initiated socio-political movement. Currently operating form a flexible storefront community space in Queens, New York, IM International is a five-year project with a global scope. Its mission is to help define the immigrant as a unique, new global citizen in a post-national world. This is a multi-year project encompassing art and organizing efforts in cities all over the world.