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Agents & Assets – Witnessing the War on Drugs and on Communities

$12.95

Queens Museum and Autonomedia are proud to co-publish Agents & Assets: Witnessing the war on drugs and on communities, a publication focused on a decade of Agents & Assets performances and conversation.

AGENTS & ASSETS reenacts a 1998 hearing transcript from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence investigating alleged CIA involvement in crack cocaine trafficking into the Los Angeles area. This book contains the script for the reenactment, and a narrative constructed from transcriptions of panels and conversations that follow.

THE LOS ANGELES POVERTY DEPARTMENT (LAPD) was founded on L.A.’s Skid Row in 1985. LAPD creates performances and multidisciplinary artworks that connect the experience of people living in poverty to the social forces that shape their lives and communities.
Los Angeles Poverty Department’s AGENTS & ASSETS reenacts a 1998 hearing transcript from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence investigating alleged CIA involvement in crack cocaine trafficking into the Los Angeles area. This book contains the script for the reenactment, and a narrative constructed from transcriptions of panels and conversations that follow.
AGENTS & ASSETS was first performed in LA in 2001 and has toured internationally.

Go here for information about the Agents & Assets project.

ISBN: 9781570272912
Format: Paperback
Subject: Politics
Pub Date: 02/01/2014
Publisher: Autonomedia/Queens Museum
 
4.5 x 7 inches,
402 pages,
paperbound,
$12.95.
SKU: A & A Category:

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