Resistance Is Fertile

A productive opposition to fascism means examining the banana, un-flattening its historical roots that connect this global product to land use, sex symbolism, white supremacy, climate change, children’s television shows, etc ~~~ a prolonged look at how we might re-grow a culture of exchange and diversity.

Join us for a night of sound and visuals as incantations for a radical banana future as we take inventory of what seeds we can sow.

Joanna Swan born 1989 in Yolo County, CA // living/working since 2012 in Los Angeles County, CA // school at Sac City College/Whitman/CalArts (BFA 2015) // techno DJ/classical piano sometimes/seed librarian/organizer with LA Tenants Union/Democratic Socialists of America/ increasingly-blacklisted art laborer // Follow her work at https://soundcloud.com/joannaswan and on Twitter @joannaeswan

gloria galvez is a Los Angeles-based artist and maintains a practice that disrupts, subverts, and dismantles bland and oppressive status-quo norms. More on her WCCW residency: https://womenscenterforcreativework.com/gloria-galvez/

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