Reverend Billy & The Stop Shopping Choir is a radical performance community based in New York City and led by the Reverend Bill Talen, an artist, activist, and self-styled lay preacher. Appropriating the gesture and tone of the televangelical minister, the Reverend and the Choir focus their canonical message on the destructive ills of pollutants, consumerism, and gentrification. They routinely create 1:1 scale interventions (such as sermons and exorcisms) at major landmarks, protest events, and corporate headquarters. As of 2016, Reverend Bill Talen is banned from every Starbucks in the world due to his ongoing attempts to address the company’s unfair labor practices and its role in creating a “fake Bohemia.” The film presented in the exhibition is documentation of the exorcism of the Monsanto Corporation’s GMO Research Facility in Woodland, California. It took place on October 16, 2015, with sixteen members of the Choir’s core congregation in attendance.