ASKlabs works collaboratively with artists, scientists, and engineers to tell inspiring stories of creativity and innovation for public audiences. We help share their amazing stories of process and discovery by creating engaging digital content and programs for public audiences, from digital content to events and exhibitions. Our award-winning films have screened internationally on screens large and small. We've documented a Feminist Hackathon at the MIT Media Lab, Richard Serra's largest outdoor work to date, and the creation of the world's largest kinetic lightning machine. Explore our film and video projects below:
NASTY WOMEN BOSTON ART EXHIBITION AND SALE
NASTY WOMEN BOSTON ART EXHIBITION AND SALE | SEPTEMBER 2017
In 2017 Alberta worked with artists and activists to produce the Nasty Women Boston Art Exhibition and Sale. Guided by the vision of Artist and Curator Kate True, and joined by Curator/Artist James Hull and Designer Donna Verveka, along with Artist//Designer/Activist Suzanne Wu. The Boston arts community was activated for the event. The 10-day grassroots art show exhibited over 250 original artworks submitted by artists around the world. The Nasty Women Boston Art Exhibition and Sale brought in over 1000 visitors and raised more than $20,000 for reproductive and social justice.
Read about the Nasty Women Boston Art Exhibition in The Daily Free Press, "Nasty Women Boston Art Exhibition rallies support for women’s rights, racial justice."
Photo Credits: Kate True, Linda Pagani