is a collaboration organized in Chicago. In response to the decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) on September 5, 2017, the group decided to bring awareness about immigration issues, aid and foster undocumented students. They are looking at ways in which the larger community of Chicago and the United States can participate in resisting anti-immigrant agendas through workshops and projects.
They recently received the Caxton Club’s Colleen Dionne Memorial Grant (2017) and SAIC’s Student Government’s Idea Grant (2017). These grants supported the materials and equipment needed to create their largest project ‘Survival Kit’, a utilitarian artist book. Their project, ‘Ready? Set? Go! Typewriter Intervention’ was held during Grabadolandia (2017) at the National Museum of Mexican Art. Undocumented Projects has also been featured in the South Side Weekly, 'The Arts Issue' 2018.
Undocumented Projects, 2018, School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Sullivan Galleries
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