“We also want to create a parallel institution that works differently so people can see, ‘Oh, actually things do not have to be this way.’” But some students in class are confused as to why an artist would be doing work usually handled by journalists or social service providers.“Why do we need art at all if the whole point is operational? “If you’re going to make houses for homeless people, why is it even ?This is not it.’ The ban emerged in an email to Yard IT staff from security services chief Brian Douglas.He wrote: ‘IB (Information Board) are uncomfortable with the use of the term whitelist (and I presume blacklist).A few years ago, she spent a year living on minimum wage in a tiny apartment in New York with undocumented immigrants, working with other artists to provide services to immigrants from across the city.
It’s extremely hard.” Bruguera says as a result of that experience, she has been forbidden to show her work or even enter any cultural institution in Cuba.
In October 2016 - three months before the unearthed interview took place - Mc Gowan addressed being raped by a studio head but did not name Weinstein.
Adopting the hashtag #Why Women Dont Report, she said she did not go to the authorities with the alleged crime because she gained legal advice that she could never win the case.
But that hasn’t stopped the artist from continuing to play a role in the political conversation.
Last year, she nominated herself for president of Cuba in 2018, even though it’s a communist one-party state.