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Watch Curatorial Forum Presents: Weathering Regional Landscapes, presented in partnership with EXPO CHICAGO, was an online panel discussion held on January 21, focusing on several recent curatorial and artistic projects anchored in the Gulf Coast. This conversation considered how art can encourage new forms of environmental awareness, and invite new thinking about culture and community.

Panelists included: Curatorial Intensive Alumna Ryan N. Dennis, ICI Collaborator, Katie Pfohl, Artist, Regina Agu, Artist, Cristina Molina and Geographer, Willie Wright.  Listen to the conversation here

Watch this event centered on a screening of Maria D. Rapicavoli’s newly commissioned film The Other: a familiar story, followed by a conversation between Rapicavoli and activist Maria Canela, moderated by Srimoyee Mitra, Director of Stamps Gallery. Commissioned with support from the Italian Council for the Rubin Foundation’s exhibition To Cast Too Bold A Shadow, Rapicavoli’s two-channel film installation premiers in this thematic group show examining entrenched forms of misogyny. This event was co-presented with The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation and originally recorded on December 1st, 2020.


To read and download a full transcript of this event, click here.

In September 2019, the third edition of the Chicago Architecture Biennial opened with projects by over 80 architects, designers, and artists. Titled …and other such stories, the Biennial was curated by Yesomi Umolu, Sepake Angiama, and Paulo Tavares. A year later, we revisited the exhibition with its curatorial team, based in Chicago, London, and Brasilia. Watch this video to listen to the discussion which focused on their take on the Biennial, their research-driven methodology, and how their interest in pedagogy manifested throughout the exhibition.


Watch this video to listen to a conversation between Aruna D’Souza, writer and curator, and Dylan Robinson, author of Hungry Listening: Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies and Co-Curator of ICI’s Traveling Exhibition, Soundings: An Exhibition in Five PartsHungry Listening is the first book to consider listening from both Indigenous and settler colonial perspectives, and a critical response to what has been called the “whiteness of sound studies.”

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