American Craft Magazine:
"Medium Resistance" offered an intriguing snapshot of a certain kind of craftsmanship: ambitious, largely academic and unconcerned with traditional boundaries.

via: www.americancraftmag.org
Libby and Roberta from The Art Blog:
Medium Resistance — the Southern Graphic Council/Philagrafika print show in the Icebox is very good. We especially love Colette Fu’s light box photo collages which are over-the-top pop culture mash-ups; Carl Pope’s Black power/bad-ass poster wall; and Martin Mazorra’s posters, especially the one riffing on bird poop (ah, pigeons, live in a city do you, Martin?).

via: theartblog.org/2010/04/fired-up-about-clay-the-tour-part-2/
Printeresting.org:
"The Medium Resistance exhibition, probably one of the largest Indepent projects associated with Philagrafika, just opened in the Ice Box space"

via: printeresting.org/2010/03/14/philagrafika-2010-medium-resistance/
Printeresting.org:
"The Medium Resistance show now at the Ice Box in Philadelphia is subtitled “Revolutionary Tendencies in Print and Craft.” From Carl Pope’s wall of “Bad Air” to Leslie Mutchler’s “Manufactured Utopias,” the show is pretty breathtaking. One of its pleasures is a distinctly psychogeographical strain running through it."

via: printeresting.org/2010/03/14/philagrafika-2010-psychogeography-at-medium-resistance/
From JustSeeds.org:
"Here are install shots from the Medium Resistance show at the Ice Box (Crane Arts) of our red-clay mud stencil! The image is by Alec Icky Dunn (included in the Cut and Paint zine), the technique was inspired by Jesse Graves, and the mud stencil crew was Nicolas Lampert, Colin Matthes, Josh MacPhee, Erik Ruin, Emily Abendroth, and the fine folks at Crane Arts who provided incredible assistance every step of the way."

via: http://www.justseeds.org/blog/2010/03/the_city_is_yours.html#more