Cartoons from Abu Ghraib

T.W. Li will present his artwork, which can be previewed at T.W. is from Chicago.

Lauren Hartman will be presenting the exhibition, Defense: Body and Nobody in Self-Protection, which she curated at the UCR Sweeney Art Gallery this past spring.
Lauren lives in LA.

Presented in collaboration with the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest

About the artists:

T.W. Li is a media and culture artist. His art practice is concerned with the structure of power and the infixation of fear. Using photography and performance, his work criticize the chicanery and spectacle that is contemporary American governmentality.

Lauren Hartman: Formerly a theater artist, her work with homeless artists was featured in The Christian Science Monitor, The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and Mother Jones among other publications. She is currently Co-Director of Crazy Space in Santa Monica, an exhibition space dedicated to providing artists with opportunities to take major risks with their work.