The Artivism Archive
is an artistic and curatorial research project set out to document guerrilla-projection invasions around the world.
Under the core topic "Re-thinking Videomapping: art, politics and activism in the periphery" Gargantúa sets out to to explore, document, debate and exhibit diverse experiences of artistic activism using videomapping and light projection techniques in public space.
Our aim is to create a documentary archive to generate spaces for reflection and discussion, promote research and creation, and establish mechanisms for the international circulation and exhibition of actions in public space by artists & activists.
Articles, Research Papers, Case Studies, Reports & More
Creating an archive involves multi-level cooperation between artists, activists, researchers, academics and more.
Help us build the guerrilla projection archive. Submit and/or recommend articles, reports, academic papers, case studies, lectures and photo/video documentation in relation to art and activism using light and video projectors from around the world.