Artist and Bullet Space Co-Founder Andrew Castrucci discusses the creation of the book "Your House Is Mine."
From the introduction: "This project is a collection of images and texts, defining and expressing the broad and essential issue of housing on the Lower East Side, and is a statement of the underlying force of 'art as a means of resistance'. It is both a documentation and expression of social/political issues in our neighborhood, and on a larger scale to symbolize similar conflicts in other parts of the world."
Your House Is Mine included work by Anton Van Dalen, Eric Drooker, Lee Quinones, David Wojnarowicz, Martin Wong, et al., and writing by Miguel Algarin, Chris Burden, Allen Ginsberg, Eduardo Galleano, Adam Purple, Public Enemy, et al.
This event is part of the exhibition "Taking it to the Streets!"
ABC No Rio in Exile at the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space