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Alumni Proposals

Moving into the 1990s in Romania

By Anca Mihuleţ

Exploring the visual history of Romania in the 1990s, the project focuses on the invisible artist, the impact of television on the visual culture of the ‘90s, among others.

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Cancel Part Out: To Cut Parlance

By Sam Korman

Cancel Part Out is an iterative exhibition that provides a format for understanding artworks within an exhibition context through the lens of the anagram.

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The SpareTime Project

By Freya Chou

The SpareTime Project is an on-line project exploring how the notion of “ Time” interferes with the production of art creation and an opportunity to discuss the ambiguous definition of one’s occupational identity and labor exchange.

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Obsess Much

By Ryan Frank

Obsess Much brings together a group of emerging and mid-career artists whose work re-examines collage and assemblage as contemporary artistic mediums.

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Visionary Worlds

By Ieva Astahovska

Visionary Worlds is an exhibition about visionary and utopian realities existing in imagination rather than in the real world, yet essentially illuminating limits of the real world. The exhibition focuses on how the concept of visionarism and imagination about future realities has changed from the past forty years until today.

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surcontexto

By Veronica Cordeiro

surcontexto is a contemporary art platform based in Montevideo, Uruguay, dedicated to generating projects that prioritize the production of knowledge and experience of curatorial and artistic practices today with its focus on South and Latin American art and culture.

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Nearly Real Things

By Cortney Stell

Nearly Real Things explores, literally or metaphorically, the act of transformation within contemporary consciousness, identity, society, and class by carefully investigating our relationships to current biological or technological metamorphoses.

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Lives of Artists

By Eriola Pira

Lives of Artists is a curatorial research project that aims to initiate a critical discourse and presentation of the fictional artist as an artistic practice and production.

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