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Month: September 2020
this project disempowers those who usually have the benefit of fitting in best into their environment.
These three short animations for Johannes DeYoung’s Real Time Animation course.
Although my roommates and I have been geographically displaced, this work felt necessary in producing an emotional closure to a specific event.
As a means of paying homage to the loss the city was experiencing during the COVID-19 lockdown, they transformed a boulder into a site for public art.
Each 2-3 minute video takes a quick look at a tool, sharing what it can do and talking about who might find it useful.
General Sisters will create gathering spaces that ask questions with and of the Tufts community and reflect on our current pandemic moment.
On September 10, a billboard reading ”There Are Black People in the Future” will be displayed in the Crossroads at Broadway and Pershing in Kansas City, MO.
“LightPlay” showcases eleven multimedia installations created by a group of local artists and engineers.
Professor Devan Shimoyama’s work is part of the group exhibition “Tell me a Tale,” on view September 9-13.