Future of ___________ Belonging+ Add to calendar
Wed, Dec 1 2021, 11AM - Fri, Dec 10 2021, 4PM
CCA Hubbell Street Galleries | 161 Hubbell Street, San Francisco, California, 94107 View map
Cristina Gaitán, Assistant Chair, Graduate Design Program and Juan Carlos Rodríguez Rivera, Assistant Professor, Graphic Design Program
We are mapping a liberatory zone, expanding what we think could be and asking what we think should be, beyond the known constraints of the present.
The work in this exhibition represents the research, experiments and projects that came out of one semester’s investigation in the Studio Forward class. Studio Forward is a topical, year-long sponsored studio course that brings together graduate and advanced undergraduate students from different disciplines at CCA. Students leveraged their diverse backgrounds, perspectives and practices to collectively investigate The Future of Belonging while developing collaborative ways of working in multidisciplinary teams. The way each collective uniquely approached the idea of belonging spanned scales, relationships, and time leading to themes and outputs/mediums that are as diverse as the student body - from posters, to websites, from speculative artifacts to future machines. Ultimately, together, the Studio created a vibrant and speculative view of what it means to belong with oneself, with each other, and with our earth.
Participating students: Eryn Bathke, Christopher Chen, Apurva Chinta, Tin Dinh, Katie Harper, Leah Kallen, Melinda Kreuser, Scott Marlowe, Toni Olutomiwa, Melissa Ortiz, Akshat Prasad, Jack Shugrue, Stella Zhu, Tony Bernardo, Emilie Cevallos Paredes, Cheng-Tsung Hsu, Valerie Liu, Yuliia Andriivna Ostapovych, Krystle Reynolds, Stella Sun, Morgan Wash, and Kai Yu Yang
Studio Forward Program Director: Rachel Berger
Graphic Design: Malik Sapp
Image: Eye Contact by Yuliia Ostapovych, Scott Marlowe and Christopher Chen
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