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Alumni Proposals

Humans Come First

By Magda Lipska

The exhibition Humans Come First takes as its point of departure the lesser known and researched tradition of performance art in Poland, starting in the 1960s and 70s.

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Gazing Back

By Masum Momaya

Masum Momaya is developing the concept for a future exhibition entitled Gazing Back, in which she hopes to feature Muslim women’s portraits of self-representation.

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Cortos Circuitos

By Erika Martinez

La jugada de cada artista está en generar una suerte de traslaciones, desplazamientos, o mutaciones que re-animen el espacio donde ha decidido poner en acción sus ideas.

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Homo sacer

By Ivan Mejia

Esta exposición tiene un carácter incisivo, cuya función estriba en plantear públicamente cuestiones embarazosas, cuestionar a la ortodoxia y al dogma, en lugar de producirlos.

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PROJJEKT

By Jennifer Junkermeier

PROJJEKT aims to provide an open and accessible space for the public to engage with contemporary cultural and creative activity within Detroit, the U.S., and abroad.

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Unstructured Residencies

By Grace Samboh

Grace Samboh proposes an unstructured (non-exhibition or non-production oriented) form of residencies for artists, curators, researchers, and writers.

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nineteen seventy-one

By Pat Elifritz

1971 is a curatorial research project that centers on historical economic milestones of its eponymous year as a frame for developing an open series…

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Trabajando desde el contexto

By Fernanda Albuquerque

¿Cuáles son las posibilidades y las condicionantes de articulación de pensamiento y acción crítica en relación al contexto en el cual los artistas trabajan?

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