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Teddy Cruz's participation in the conference perhaps embodies the most important section of the architecture/urbanism spectrum that reSITE split through its In/Visible City prism.
“Our research brings new sensations in haptics (relating to the sense of touch) to bear with Augmented Reality headsets to change perception of the real.” -Jon Paden, Visual Arts MFA Candidate...<
One highlight of the exhibition [Narratives of the Soul] is the art museum’s “Flag Story Quilt” by renowned artist Faith Ringgold.
‘Soul of a Nation’ explores the emergence of ‘Black Art’ during the US civil rights movement...The show also explores the work of black female artists such as Faith Ringgold...
“I am thrilled that the first Edward Hopper Citation of Merit for Visual Artists will be awarded to Carrie May Weems, whose powerful, groundbreaking work addressing issues of race, gender, class
Equipped with an offbeat idea, supportive group of friends, and $100, Mandalay started one of California's most unique project spaces...
Highlights include Camilo Ontiveros’ Temporary Storage...The objects are shown precariously balanced atop a pair of sawhorses to represent the instability in the lives of undocumented immigrants
To honor the legacy of the college’s namesake, John Muir, each year, the college names as Muir Environmental Fellows a selected group of individuals affiliated with UC San Diego whose work has cont
[Nina Waisman] The Laboratory for Embodied Intelligences will be offering a free public performance in Santa Monica’s 90404 neighborhood the first weekend in June as part of a public performance
I recently sat down with Clark, as well as Amy Sanchez-Arteaga and Misael Diaz of Cog●nate Collective, to discuss the particulars of the project and was afterwards allowed to tag along on a test