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Reimagined Narratives: From Spatial Memory to Mapping the Future

This past fall, Alexandra Stock (Alum NYC '19) joined the curating board of Art D’Égypte and curated "Reimagined Narratives," the third in a series of annual exhibitions held at different heritage sites across Cairo. "Reimagined Narratives: From Spatial Memory to Mapping the Future" that ran from October 17–November 9, 2019 on al-Mu’iz Street. "We supported Art D’Égypte’s exhibition project Reimagined Narratives: From Spatial Memory to Mapping the Future that ran from October 17–November 9,…

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Seeing Color Podcast

On his Seeing Color podcast, Zhiwan Cheung (Alum '19 Berlin) talks with cultural workers and artists of color "to expand what is a predominantly white space in the arts." Cheung explains, "Seeing Color came from a desire to broaden the scope of art discussions, from a perspective that art cannot always be distinct from the race of its author, from a wanting for a critical analysis aware of and critical towards the white canon, for a wish that my younger self could have heard and learned from…

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Core Desires, Counter Prospects

Quinn Latimer (Faculty Berlin '18) interviews New Mineral Collective's (NMC) for Canadian Art. 'Core Desires, Counter Prospects' digs into their wide-ranging practice which explores landscapes of extraction – looking for a different set of values in the earth’s mineral core. New Mineral Collective, Your Body Is A Mine (still), 2019. Ultra HD video, 6 minutes, 30 seconds. 'We ride cloud cover, and then the ground. Snowfields, airfields, some fluorescent imaging of the interior, some dark…

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