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Included in book, CO-LAB: Collaborative Design Survey July 30, 2015

Included in book, CO-LAB: Collaborative Design Survey

Duncombe and I did an interview as the Center for Artistic Activism for new book: CO-LAB: Collaborative Design

Interview on BBC World Service July 24, 2015

Interview on BBC World Service

Yesterday I did a short interview for World Business Report on the BBC’s World Service – because when you think international business news, you think “Steve Lambert”. The story was about a new billboard using facial recognition technology designed by M&C Saatchi. I was asked (as leader of the Anti-Advertising Agency) to bring a counter-point

Art and Politics Now March 18, 2015

Art and Politics Now

Capitalism Works For Me! True/False is included in the book, Art & Politics Now by Anthony Downey (amazon/library),

School for Creative Activism Barcelona December 19, 2014

School for Creative Activism Barcelona

At the School for Creative Activism in Barcelona, we created a carnival outside a hospital to demonstrate the

NY Times Special Edition featured in “Is Satire Saving Our Nation?” December 03, 2014

NY Times Special Edition featured in “Is Satire Saving Our Nation?”

The New York Times Special Edition is included in a new book, “Is Satire Saving Our Nation? Mockery and American Politics” by Sophia A. McLennen and Remy M. Maisel, published by Palgrave Macmillan

Victor Manuel Cázares Vazquez will Talk with Anyone About Anything November 25, 2014

Victor Manuel Cázares Vazquez will Talk with Anyone About Anything

Victor Manuel Cázares Vazquez is the latest to repeat my I Will Talk With Anyone About Anything project,

September 19, 2014

Oxfam Australia’s Design for Change and Steve Lambert

Video by Lindsay Harris Nestled in the basement of an abandoned high school in Beacon (New York) Design for Change found itself in artist Steve Lambert‘s studio chatting about art, his parents (a former Franciscan monk, and mother, an ex-Dominican nun), drumming circles and his recent project with ‘The Public Energy Art Kit’ (P.E.A.K), a