Tue. Jul. 25, 6:00-8:00pm

Policy, in any sector, is at the forefront of contemporary social control, and our work seeks to understand its expanded forms. This iteration of Policy People thinks about care and sickness in, outside of and in resistance to dominant regimes of health care.

Our guests:

Taraneh Fazeli is a curator, researcher and educator from NY. Her ongoing project, “Sick Time, Sleepy Time, Crip Time: Against Capitalism’s Temporal Bullying” looks at how care for the body in states of debility and disability might allow us to re-imagine collectivity.

Jenna Bliss is an artist and filmmaker from NY. With recent projects like “Nihilism and Self Care,” her artistic practice is focused on health autonomy, drugs, addiction, and the pharmaceutical industry.

Organinzed by Policy People, hosted by Commend NYC.