Art blog on event - 24 Hour Resistance: Dont wish for it. Work for it

"24 hour Resistance: Don't Wish For It. Work For It'" was an art show exhibited in Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at 701 Mission st, San Francisco, CA, 94103 from April 8th through May 28th. The show assimilated a workout station for the young artivist mind, it created intersections between work out, political activism,and personal engagement where the public is welcomed to be part of the work, interact with it and practice resistance against bigotry, xenophobia, homophobia, racism,and sexism.
This exhibition was the perfect response to the political environment, it was inspiring, educative and fun. Every station presented a different way to show resistance and even though most of it was satirical, it presented liable ways to fight back, from warming up tear ducts, to relaxing exercises through yoga, to writing a postcard to the trump administration, to writing notes of encouragement to others, to calling loved ones to express your feeling about the government, to sitting down and reading and learning about your rights and other people rights and finally to take away a note of encouragement to keep going. I wish respond could have a gym in my apt with these exercises, because someones hopeless feelings happen, and sometime the willingness is there but one does not knows how to. this piece is what inspires me to keep going as a human being, as a citizen and as an artist, and months after, I still look back to that experience and do my best to honor it. My only critic of the exhibition was that it was open for a very small amount of time.