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PR No. 2.06
Last Updated: July 1, 2009

Series: P.O.P.
Associated Artists: Emily Abendroth, Alejandra and Aeron, Pablo Alvarez, Luigi Archetti, Knut Åsdam, Dieter Behr & Peter Sihorsch-Jenseide, Toshiro Bishoko, Zeljko Blace, BLK w/Bear, Ava Bromberg, Sean Burn, GPV-C/E. Cassy, Castro, Checkpoint 303, William Crisp, Deison, Christopher DeLaurenti, Pawan Dhall, Michelle Dizon, Elders of Zion, Ellipse Elkshow, Ismail Farouk, Fax, Field fo the Neo-Futurist Collective, Heribert Friedl, Gitar, Ryan Griffis & Sarah Ross, Hopen, Ashley Hunt, I Cut People, Jack Tactic, Kixly, kLIMEK, Susanne Lang & Anziska Frielinghaus, Manrico Montero, Anton Nikkilä, Isabelle Noël, Augusto Palma, Elliot Perkins, Andrew Poppy, PSBEUYS, Jennifer Rarick, Pedro Rocha, Rural Racism Project, Ilich Sabotage, Duncan Speakman, Steve Stuffit, Swimming Lesson, Gerhard Schultz, Starry Zafara, Terre Thaemlitz, Michael Trommer, Ultra-red, Union de Vecinos, Kevin Van Meter & Team Colors, The Vectorist, T Ernest Wilbey, Adern X, X-Chris, Héctor Zárate.
Description: What we know to be art and what makes art legible as art has come to be defined in the negative. It is what the poor are not. Who are the art world's poor? They are objects of charity to be tended by the very same patrons who deal, collect and secure tax relief from the value of art. They define the boundary around the piety of wealth. Projects in Public Record's P.O.P. series sound out the limits of moral and aesthetic value.

PR No. 2.01
Last Updated: June 1, 2007

Series: Articles of Incorporation
Associated Artists: Elizabeth Blaney, Manuela Bojadzijev, Pierre De Jaeger, Tina Horne, Susanne Lang, Jackie Leavitt, Nicolas Malevé, Eddie Peel, Laurence Rassel, Dont Rhine, Emily Roysdon, Walt Senterfit, Femke Snelting, Sony Mao, Marie-Françoise Stewart, David Thorne, Terre Thaemlitz, Aiko Tsuji, Ultra-red, Leonardo Vilchis, Wendy Van Wynsberghe.
Description: After ten years of sounding struggle and struggling with sound, Ultra-red take their tactics to the next level. "Articles of Incorporation" records Ultra-red's shift from the ferocious four to an organization of fluid boundaries and expanding horizons geographically, politically and structurally.

PR No. 2.04
Last Updated: December 8, 2006

Series: The AIDS Uncanny
Associated Artists: Death Drive, Dont Rhine, Jack Tactic, Reena Katz, Scott Kerr, Lezzies on X, Miau Miau TM, Isabelle Noël, Eddie Peel, Sandro Perri, PSBeuys, Soft Pink Truth, Terre Thaemlitz, Ultra-red, Andrew Zealley.
Description: In the late 1980's, ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) defined itself as: "A non-partisan group of individuals united in anger to end the AIDS crisis through direct action." Today, what anger mobilizes the 40 million people worldwide living with HIV? Can other sentiments - disappointment, frustration, sadness - fuel collective action? "The AIDS Uncanny" series listens for a remainder of AIDS activism haunting the present.

PR No. 2.02
Last Updated: December 1, 2006

Series: Transistors
Associated Artists: Elliot Perkins, Jeanne Frémaux, Octex, Oticon, Piece of Shh, PoS, Ultra-red, Unicomplex, Union de Vecinos, Vuneny, WR
Description: Sound artists, electronic musicians and audio activists give a listen to the global struggles of migrants. Like any listening, the one who listens unavoidably enters the field of sound. As the conditions of transnational culture and markets enunciate the transnational artist, that artist bears a distinct relation to migrant histories and politics. The Transistors series of sound projects gives that relation a space to be heard.

PR No. 2.05
Last Updated: February 15, 2006

Series: Documents from the Speculative Archive
Associated Artists: The Speculative Archive
Description: The Speculative Archive have produced a series of video records exclusively for Public Record based on their yearlong residency in Damascus. These records focus on the production of documents, their collection, circulation and reception, and their socio-political effects.

PR No. 2.03
Last Updated: May 1, 2005

Series: The Debt
Associated Artists: Ultra-red
Description: In February 2003, Los Angeles-based electronic musicians and sound artists Ultra-red began a year-long project in the Dublin Ireland council housing estate of Ballymun. Titled The Debt, the project was a series of collective reflections that brought together residents from the public housing communities of Ballymun in Dublin and East Los Angeles' own Pico Aliso.

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