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Clancy Wilmott sheds light on the historic territoriality of maps and the ways in which new cartographic approaches can address issues of ecological justice, displacement, and embodied practices.
Writer and curator Aria Dean engages multidisciplinary media producer Trevor McFedries in a conversation about style, technology, and the manufactured life of a virtual influencer avatar.
The MacArthur “genius” and celebrated comic book author shares insights into his process, and the power of text and image to transport, educate, and inspire.
Artist and designer Purin Phanichphant discusses how innovative technologies can unlock joyful, playful, and thought-provoking designs and experiences.
Critical theorist Karen Feldman leads an exploration of the rhetoric of conscience and how it was conceptualized and visualized through the ages.
Artist Isaac Julien and curator Leila Weefur appear in conversation to discuss their exhibitions concurrently on view at McEvoy Foundation for the Arts in San Francisco.
Multidisciplinary artist Amor Muñoz discusses her practice incorporating traditional craft, manual labor, and technology, and the interrelation of old and new systems in the global economy.
Artist Jason Lazarus discusses how he explores vision and visibility through his diverse work.
Miriam Dym discusses the surprising links between craft, communication, and problem-solving, as discovered through a multidimensional visual art practice.
Hawaiian artist and curator Tiare Ribeaux talks about her practice fusing Native values and modern technology to map the way to a sustainable future.
Fashion designer, illustrator, and creative director Ariana Schindler talks about the ideas that fuel her ambitions and why clothing is an effective provocateur.
Isabella Kirkland discusses the histories and meanings behind her exquisite renderings of a natural world in transformation.