“Art with Teeth” referenced in Big Red & Shiny, Boston’s premier online Journal about contemporary art and culture.

On August 24, 2016 by pampi

Quoted by Maggie Cavallo in Big Red & Shiny, Boston’s premier online Journal about contemporary art and culture.

“Pampi worked towards an adjacent perspective in “Art with Teeth”, a text outlining the labor, hierarchies, and economies of art under capitalism. Pampi encourages artists to consider themselves workers and find momentum in the influence of labor movement visionaries and describes an ambivalence for the term “art” but a passion for seers, witches, philosophers and medicine womxn, centering a non-art lineage to help contextualize the use of expressive arts for self and community healing.(8)” – Maggie Cavallo

Original Article: “Art in Service: Quality”

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