Roles in Archive: Artist, Author
Ashley Hunt is an artist, activist and writer who engages the ideas of social movements, modes of learning and public discourse. His work is often concerned with questions of power and the ways that some people have more access to it and others have less. Among his works are The Corrections Documentary Project (2001–present), the collaborative 9 Scripts from a Nation at War (2007), and On Movement Thought and Politics (2004-present), a collaboration with dance artist, Taisha Paggett. Recent exhibitions include the Center for Curatorial Studies/Hessel Museum, P.S.1/MOMA, Project Row Houses, the Tate Modern and documenta 12; and recent publications include Printed Project 12 (‘09), Radical History Review (‘08),On Knowledge: A Critical Studies Reader (‘08), Radical History Review (‘08), Journal of Aesthetics and Protest (‘08, ‘07, ‘05), and An Atlas of Radical Cartography (‘07).