Zine Librarian Jenna Freedman Joins MoMA PS1's Past and Future Fictions Program

February 26, 2018

To mark the culmination of the 5th annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, MoMA PS1 brings together projects and organizations whose missions focus on radical archiving for Past and Future Fictionsincluding the Barnard Zine Library! Jenna Freedman will be representing the Zine Library at the event. 

Radical archiving refers to both the preservation of politically potent content and the assertion of archiving as a radical act. The organizations at the event, including Black Lunch Table, Barnard Zine Library, Bluestockings, Radical Reference, NYC Trans Oral History Project, The GenderFail Archive Project, The ICP Library, and Pilot Press will fill the VW Dome with their archives. These groups will be paired for short discussions covering practical and theoretical elements of their work, and what is needed to preserve and document underrepresented histories.

The program will take place on Sunday, April 1, 2:00–6:00 p.m. at MoMA PS1. Buy tickets here.