Occupy and its Representations: An Interview With Filmmaker Eric Stewart

Film & video curator Kelly Pendergrast spoke with I Am Crime: Art on the Edge of Law exhibiting artist Eric Stewart. A portion of their conversation is recorded below. Above is a still from Stewart’s 16mm film “Work Prints Journal” …

Guest Blog by Kelly Pendergrast: Occupy and its Representations

Kelly Pendergrast, author of this blog post, co-curated a subsection of the exhibition I Am Crime: Art on the Edge of Law which highlights the role creative media production plays in the Occupy movement. View these videos, along with other …

Alex Wang in The Ramp Gallery, April 2–April 16

What: The Fire Escape Series by Alex Wang Where: The Ramp Gallery, a community curated space at 934 Brannan St. (between 8th & 9th) When: April 2–April 16 The Fire Escape Series contains seven drawings that document a series of street interventions conducted from …

Public Lecture: Emergent Technology as Art Practice and Public Art as Intervention, March 29

What: A free public lecture presented by Upgrade! San Francisco with artist John Craig Freeman When: Thursday, March 29th, 2012, 7–7:30pm, 7:30–9pm lecture Where: 934 Brannan Street (between 8th and 9th) How much:  Free admission, cash bar Whereas the public …

Guest Blog by Erica Gomez: The Spectacle in I Am Crime: Art on the Edge of Law

“Revolutionary artists are those who call for intervention; and who have themselves intervened in the spectacle to disrupt and destroy it.” — Guy Debord It never fails. It could be weeks after I’ve been to an exhibition when I find …


I Fought the Law: A Conversation with Artists & Attorneys

Tonight, 7–9pm, three exhibiting artists are matched with local attorneys who are experts in intellectual property, immigration, and criminal law to illuminate legal issues within their work.

Kenny Kong in The Ramp Gallery, March 12–April 2

What: Fortune and Funk by Kenny Kong Where: The Ramp Gallery When: March 12–April 2 Crafting stylized sculptures from both a traditional Chinese and an urban cultural heritage, Kenny Kong explores what it means to find one’s own culture by embracing another. The hybrid …


I Am Crime: Art on the Edge of Law

New exhibition showcases more than 30 artists and collectives that challenge, question or circumvent the law through their work, March 9–April 19.