Interregnum

Recommended

SOIL Pioneer Square
May 3–June 2, Thursdays–Sundays

Free

Lizz Brady

Recommended by Joule Zelman

The word "interregnum" refers to the chaotic period between two regimes. The Scottish/American Yuck 'n Yum zine collective, which stopped publishing its quarterly in 2013, returns to release a Zine Compendium and to spotlight artists "currently navigating this strange new world and trying to make sense" of turmoil across nations. Alongside the release, the magazine—represented by Morgan Cahn, Ben Robinson, and Alex Tobin—has chosen 10 multimedia artists to reflect upon Brexit, Trump, and other upheavals both personal and global. Darren Banks, Greer Pester, O.B. De Alessi, Thomas Moore, Valerie Norris and Lada Wilson, Holger Mohaupt, Janie Nicoll, Kirsty McKeown, and Lizz Brady will offer diverse pieces inspired by robots, linguistics, myths, newspapers, gender roles, and queerdom. If you're free the morning of Thursday, May 3, join the gallery for a streamed launch party across the Atlantic with Generator Projects in Dundee, Scotland.

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Venue Hours
  • Thurs-Sun
Event Times
  • May 3–June 2, Thursdays–Sundays