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Alumni Proposals

On the Way Home

By Zhenzheng (Felix) Ma

Zhenzheng (Felix) Ma presents his public art project at the Pudong International Airport in Shanghai.

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Sean Edwards / Marcellvs L. / Guillermo Mora

By Tiago de Abreu Pinto

Tiago de Abreu Pinto shares the concepts behind his proposal that turned into an exhibition at Noestudio, Madrid.

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cloud city

By Rosana Sancin

Rosana Sancin describes her proposed exhibition, which is inspired by Tomás Saraceno’s Cloud City (2012). The exhibition explores the relationship between contemporary art and utopia.

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imPERFECT CITY

By Maiza Hixson

Initiated by Curator Maiza Hixson, imPERFECT CITY is a discursive, durational process for generating community within the museum that ultimately directs its gaze to long-term, local civic engagement.

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City Limits: John James Anderson

By Meaghan Kent

Meaghan Kent realized her exhibition for Locust Projects, Miami in fall 2012, which focused on the influence of the urban environment on contemporary practices by the artist John James Anderson.

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Monocrome

By Michal Novotny

The exhibition Monocrome defines monochrome as a representation of something missing. The aim of this show is not to create, state, or underline any movement, style, or tendency in a traditional art historical way.

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On Movement and Myth

By Agar Ledo

The exhibition presents the work of approximately ten artists, who focus on the alteration of the present through the revival of the past.

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Untitled Library Project

By Natika Soward

The Untitled Library Project is a curatorial research project meant to examine the nature of libraries, collections, and archives by amassing a compendium of selected artifacts.

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