GAG Discussion Group in "Between The Door and The Street," by Suzanne Lacy, Brooklyn Museum and Creative Time, October 2013

Artist Suzanne Lacy with participants of "Between the Door and The Street," her 400-person collective conversation on gender and politics held on October 19, 2013.

Photograph by Nicole Goode
Anne Sherwood Pundyk:   Brain Cake GAG Discussion Group in "Between The Door and The Street," by Suzanne Lacy, Brooklyn Museum and Creative Time, October 2013

At artist Suzanne Lacy's work, "Between the Door and the Street," some 400 women and a few men–all selected to represent a cross-section of ages, backgrounds, and perspectives–gathered on the stoops along Park Place, a residential block in Brooklyn, where they engaged in unscripted conversations about a variety of issues related to gender politics today.

Photograph by Nicole Goode
Anne Sherwood Pundyk:   Brain Cake GAG Discussion Group in "Between The Door and The Street," by Suzanne Lacy, Brooklyn Museum and Creative Time, October 2013
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"Girls Against God" co-editor (with Bianca Casady), Anne Sherwood Pundyk, Associate Publisher at Capricious, Anika Sabin and contributing artists, Johanna Constantine and Bryn McKay held a consciousness-raising discussion at Suzanne Lacy's large-scale collective conversation, "Between the Door and the Street" on Saturday, October 19, 2013.
Anne Sherwood Pundyk:   Brain Cake GAG Discussion Group in "Between The Door and The Street," by Suzanne Lacy, Brooklyn Museum and Creative Time, October 2013

At artist Suzanne Lacy's work, "Between the Door and the Street," thousands of members of the public came out to wander among the groups, listen to what they were saying, and form their own opinions.

Photograph by Nicole Goode.

Girls Against God at Suzanne Lacy's Between the Door and the Street

Girls Against God co-editor (with Bianca Casady), Anne Sherwood Pundyk, Associate Publisher at Capricious, Anika Sabin and contributing artists, Johanna Constantine and  Bryn McKay were invited to participate in Suzanne Lacy's large-scale collective conversation, Between the Door and the Street on Saturday, October 19, 2013. It was a major work by the internationally celebrated artist who is perhaps the most important socially-engaged artist working today. Lacy's work was presented by Creative Time and the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum. 
 
Photographs by Nicole Goode (except the image of GAG participants.)
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