Nonviolent social movements of the 20th century have continually posed the question of how nonviolence can be a force for change in society. Organized Love: Ideas on Non-Violence features fourteen contemporary artists and writers responding to the history of nonviolent struggle in Houston and its aesthetic. Inspired by various archival collections in the city, participating artists respond to materials found in their chosen archive using a broad range of approaches and mediums, including painting, photography, sculpture, site-specific wall-drawings, and installation.
Gregory Michael Carter
M’Kina J Tapscott