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The intersection between creative practice and political act ivism is longstanding. Unrest presents an international group of c ontemporary artists who tackle issues of inequality\, conflict\, and instab ility in recent history. The impetus for this exhibition begins with the wa ve of uprisings in Syria\, Yemen\, Algeria\, Iraq\, Jordan\, and Morocco—to name a few of the Arab Spring revolutions— and extends to the heterogeneou s growth of the Occupy Wall Street movements\, which permeated and inflecte d streets\, offices\, schools\, and cultural centers across the world.



Natalie Musteata is a Ph.D. student i n Art History at The Graduate Center\, CUNY\, and an adjunct lecturer at Pa rsons\, The New School\, where she teaches Performance and Participation in the 20th Century. Last year she presented a paper on artist-curated exhibi tions at the conference The Now Museum: Contemporary Art\, Curating His tories\, Alternative Models at the New Museum\, New York. Her most rec ent essay "Typologies of Real-Time Narrativity in Cinema\," will be present ed at The London Film and Media Conference in June 2012.

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