The Anastasio Project

The Anastasio Project is a multidisciplinary public performance work that kickstarts an investigation of racial profiling, police brutality, and border violence. Presented in collaboration with Eastside Arts Alliance.

 

Gallery Exhibits in Conjunction with the Anastasio Project

In conjunction with the Anastasio Project, NAKA and EastSide Arts Alliance invite you to visit our gallery spaces at 7:30pm before each show September 11-13 & 18-20 at 2277 and 2289 International Boulevard, Oakland. Free!

La Cultura Cura
Dignidad Rebelde is a graphic arts collaboration between Oakland-based artist-activists Jesus Barraza and Melanie Cervantes. Dignidad Rebelde believes that art can be an empowering reflection of community struggles, dreams and visions.

Black Resistance Matters
Third World Photographers on Police Repression
Kamau Amen-Ra, Malaika Kambon, Rasheed Shabazz, Steven Sanchez, Jorge Garcia, Karna Kurata, Tania Stoose, Traci Bartlow

Nivel de Confianza / Level of Confidence by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (2015)
A face-recognition camera that has been trained with the faces of the 43 disappeared students from Ayotzinapa school in Iguala, Mexico.

Adria Otte’s Sound Altar
A five-channel interactive sound installation that creates an intentional space for participants to honor those they wish to remember through the simple act of speaking a name out loud. This installation draws inspiration from the idea that the act of vocalizing or speaking out loud is an effective way one can commit things to memory.