REIMAGING AMERICA: THE ARTS OF SOCIAL CHANGE
A Voices of Dissent Project

Dia Art Foundation: Discussions in Contemporary Art Number 5

New Society Publishers, 1990

Editor: Mark O'Brien and Craig Little

Partial list of essays:

PERSONAL IMPULSES, SOCIAL INTENTIONS
Gregory Sholette Waking Up to Smell the Coffee: Reflections on Political Art Theory and Activism Sholette was a founding member of PAD/D and exhibited with Group Material
Geno Rodriguez (interview with Mark O'Brien) The Role of an Alternative Museum [Alternative Museum]
John Greyson Strategic Compromises: AIDS and Alternative Video Practices Stashu Kybartas
Hachivi Edgar Heap of Birds, Joe Dale Tate Nevaquaya, Patricia Mousetail Russell, Richard Ray Whitman The Artist as Maker: Native Makers Alliance Hachivi Edgar Heap of Birds / Richard Ray Whitman
Margaret Randall (intervied by James A. Miller) The Writer and Artistic Freedom
CULTURE AND COMMUNITY, SOURCES AND SETTINGS
Tim Rollins & K.O.S. The Art of Community: A Dialogue
Amalia Mesa-Bains Galeria de la Raza: A Study in Cultural Transformation
MAKING THE WORK
Eric Avery Creating Good Bone Culture
Eva Sperling Cockcroft Collective Work La Lucha Continua mural on Avenue C
Don Adams and Arlene Goldbard Democracy and Competence Adams and Goldbard began the Institute for Cultural Democracy
AUDIANCE: EXCHANGES IN A CLOSED SPACE
Lucy Lippard Hanging Onto Baby, Heating Up the Bathwater David Avalos
Jerri Allyn A Waitress Moment
Gran Fury This Is to Incite You
Lou Ann Merkle (intervied by John Grant) Telling "Real War Stories" El Salvador
Adrian Piper Xenophobia and Indexical Present
BREAKING BOUNDARIES
Lizzie Borden (intervied by Mark O'Brian) Putting the Forbidden on Film
Krzysztof Wodiczko and David Lurie The Homeless Vehicle Project
Richard Posner Twenty-one Gun Salute
Reebee Garofalo Nelson Mandela, the Concert: Mass Culture as Contested Terrain
John F. Crawford Independent Publishing and the Politics of Social Change: Opportunities, Obstacles, and Outlooks for the Future

FOUR EXHIBITIONS AT DIA: Education and Democracy / Politics and Election / Cultural Participation / Aids and Democracy: A Case Study / AIDS Videos

Partisl list for each exhibition:

Education and Democracy - September 14 - October 8, 1988 - Dia Art Foundation
Ahearn, John
Baranik, Rudolf
Beuys, Joseph
Drooker, Eric
Ess, Barbara
Fahlstrom, Oyvind
Halley, Peter
Hine, Lewis
Holzer, Jenny
Otterness, Tom
Piper, Adrian
Reyes, Maria
Ringgold, Faith
Rollins, Tim - K.O.S.
Dr. Seuss
Simpson, Lorna
Warhol, Andy
Politics and Election - October 15 - November 12, 1988 - Dia Art Foundation
Camnitzer, Luis
Cohen, Lynne
Glier, Mike
Golub, Leon
Haacke, Hans
Jones, Ronald
Marclay, Christian
McAdams, Dona Ann
Muntadas, Antonio / Marshall Reese
Rothenberg, Erika
Rupp, Christy
Sterbak, Jana
Syrop, Mitchell
Wong, Martin
Cultural Participation - November 19 - December 10, 1988 - Dia Art Foundation
Armijo, Richard
Bender, Gretchen
Buren, Daniel
Camnitzer, Luis
Cohen, Lynne
Edelson, Mary Beth
Holzer, Jenny
Kelley, Mike
Kruger, Barbara
Lum, Ken
Prince, Richard
Rothenberg, Erika
Sherman, Cindy
Steinbach, Haim
Syrop, Mitchell
Weems, Carie Mae
Aids and Democracy: A Case Study - December 17, 1988 - January 14, 1989 - Dia Art Foundation
Andoe, Joe
Bender, Gretchen
Blechner, Ross
General Idea
Glier, Mike
Fury, Gran
Jones, Ronald
Kounellis, Jannis
Kruger, Barbara
Lawler, Louise
Mapplethorp, Robert
Merz, Gerhard
Rollins, Tim - K.O.S.
Serrano, Andreas
Spero, Nancy
DISCUSSED IN:
But is it Art? The Spirit of Art as Activism, 1995