The unboxing video is one of the more perverse capitalistic thrills—watching strangers open packages and show off their online purchases. In “What’s in the Box?”, artist and writer Hannah Black turns this consumptive voyeurism on its head, revealing allegorical products and unpacking urgent ideas with special guests from her seat behind the desk in late show style.
And, of course, no talk show is complete without musical accompaniment. Precious Okoyomon, along with the dozing Rainbow, tie up the show with the soothing sounds of a box-top harp.
Zahira Kelly and The Politics of the Internet
Discussing the supercharged and interconnected political landscapes of Twitter and Tumblr.
Maya Binyam and Bail Bloc
Posting bail is not just about pretrial freedom, but for ensuring freedom going forward.
Donald Anthonyson and Families for Freedom
Donald Anthonyson, Director of Families for Freedom, comes on to talk about immigration.