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Interrupted Life
 

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  I N T E R R U P T E D    L I F E
Incarcerated Mothers in the United States
     a traveling public art installation

A dramatic exhibit of painting, drawings, sculpture, sound design and photography that documents the experiences of incarcerated persons in the United States.

Interrupted Life seeks to educate and invites discussion about current realities and decent solutions to a major and growing problem in U.S. society. National curator: Rickie Solinger

Organized by Rickie Solinger, director and curator of WAKEUP/Arts in New York, this exhibition brings together eight installations. Works include the "Real Cost of Prisons" comic book project, the San Francisco Photovoice Project, and CAPACITY, a youth arts program in Columbus, Ohio, and a "sound bag" audio installation created by Darryl Hell. The result is a powerful commentary on imprisonment, the emotional impact incarceration has on families, and stigmas generated by incarceration.

Interrupted Life: Incarcerated Mothers in the United States was made possible by generous support from the Ford Foundation.




T  R  A  V  E  L  I  N  G      S  C  H  E  D  U  L  E
highlighted text = current

February 2006
California Institution for Women

March 2006
UC Santa Cruz

May-June 2006
New College of California, SF

Aug-Sept 2006
Claremont Campus, CA

October 2006
Drake University

November 2006
Ohio State University

Dec. 2006-Jan. 2007
University of Arizona

February 2007
Hampshire College

April 2007
American University

September 2007
University of Iowa

October 2007
University of Louisville

Nov-Dec 2007
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

Jan-Feb 2007
St. Anselm’s College

March 2008
Community Folk Arts Center, Syracuse University

April 2008
Gallery AS220, Providence,RI

September 2008
University of Wisconsin, Madison *

October 2008
Old Dominion College

Nov.-Dec. 2008
Rutgers University

Jan.-Mar. 2009
Emory University

April 2009
Sonoma State

Summer 2009
African American Arts and Culture Complex, San Francisco

September 2009
Vanderbuilt College

Feb-Mar 2010
Union College

* arrangements in process



A B O U T    R I C K I E    S O L I N G E R

Rickie Solinger is a historian and curator. She is the author of Wake Up Little Susie: Single Pregnancy and Race before Roe v. Wade, Beggars and Choosers: How the Politics of Choice Shapes Adoption, Abortion, and Welfare in the U.S., and other books and articles about reproductive politics and welfare politics. Ms. Solinger curates art exhibitions associated with the themes of her books; the shows travel to college and university galleries around the country, aiming to interrupt the curriculum.


 
 

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