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Alumni Proposals

America is a Reenactment

By Courtney Lynne Carter

How do we commemorate and memorialize our shared American histories? Especially when these histories can inspire resilience and celebration, and also attest to incredible violence, racism, and other forms of oppression that have lingering legacies and take new forms today?

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Turned into Sterile Land: Embodying Intersectionality

By Emilia Quiñones-Otal

Since the 1970s, artists from the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico have explored the connection between imperialist violence and gender violence through innovative artistic proposals.

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Visual Writings. Reading the Unreadable.

By Esteban King Alvarez

Visual Writings. Reading the Unreadable shows a selection of ways in which contemporary artists have approached writing.

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Missing Links

By Mavis Tetteh-Ocloo

Curated by Mavis Tetteh-Ocloo, Missing Links is a solo exhibition that interrogates the railway system through the practice of photographer Deryk Owusu Bempah.

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Estallar las apariencias: Teo Hernández y cía.

By Andrea Ancira

This curatorial project aims to develop a critical and expanded revision of the remarkable archive of Teo Hernández.

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House of Wisdom | Bilgelik Evi

By Naz Cuguoğlu

Based on the power of the libraries, curators Naz Cuguoğlu and Mine Kaplangı organized an archive-library in Berlin.

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Hot Seven: The Chicago Breakdown

By Sadie Woods

Curated by Sadie Woods, Hot Seven: The Chicago Breakdown examines the notion of community unique to diasporic populations in Chicago.

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Home-Sick

By Tandazani Dhlakama

Curated by Tandazani Dhlakama, Home-Sick is an exploration of the idea of being sick of home, having anxiety or exhaustion because of one’s environment, city, nation or state.

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