The Argus Project is a performance intervention, video installation and wearable sculpture which directly intersects the current debate over police accountability and state surveillance, creating a space to bring together the many points of view required to have a real conversation on police violence - one that our country desperately needs.
Ligaiya Romero is a documentary filmmaker, photographer, QPOC, and first-generation American whose work centers around the liminal spaces of the immigrant experience. Ligaiya graduated from UCLA... more»
Julien A. Terrell was born and raised in West Harlem, where he first developed an interest in community and cultural organizing and still lives to this day. He is a co-organizer of the Harlem Copwatch... more»
Raquel De Anda is an independent curator and cultural producer based in Brooklyn, NY. De Anda began her career as Associate Curator at Galería de la Raza, a contemporary Latino arts... more»