Type: digital and print comicRead More
Format: PDF file
Summary: Bunny wants to punch Pinky in the face. What will happen next?
Summary: When U.S. Americans think of genocide and Native peoples (if ever) they usually just think of guns. But there were and are many other favored weapons - here are just three more.
Summary: We made these buttons for settlers to wear. Just another tiny way for people to keep bringing up settler colonialism as an important thing to talk about.
Type: digital and print comic.Read More
The animated chic of radical cats: The Pinky Show ascending
by Michael Lithgow, Art Threat
Type: poster, flier, button
Summary: These are some of the ephemera we made as part of our participation at the 2010 American Association of Museums Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo in Los Angeles, California. Trivia question for nerds: How many future-vehicles can you identify in the poster? Recognize any of the buildings?
Format: PDF file
Summary: Q: Why are Pinky & friends so interested in the future of museums that they'd be willing to risk their lives to time-travel? A: Two reasons! Because... 1) Museums are veeery important for reproducing the dominant values and narratives of its host society; AND 2) Among the institutions that shape our understanding of past, present, & future, museums enjoy the least critical examination from the general public. That's why!
Interview with Pinky & Bunny: Personal experiences and advocating social change in the digital realm
Interviewed by Urgyen Badheytsang; Booklet design and layout by Urgyen Badheytsang.
Type: digital comic (sing-along-activity)Read More
Summary: This is an image Pinky drew after having an eighteen-month dream about the psychological effects of settler colonialism on settlers.Read More
Format: video with audio
Running time: approx. 26 min 37 sec
Summary: Pinky's insomnia has recently been centered around questions of class treason: What happens when we do so many things in our lives 'automatically'? What can we really do to make this world better? And what will we have to give up or risk in order to achieve it? (This video is part of the Class Treason Stories (excerpts) exhibition.)
FUSE magazine. Volume 33, number 1, Winter 2010. Cover feature.
Gently, but firmly, poking your brain with a stick: Milena Placentile in conversation with The Pinky Show.