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EUC Student Gathering: Towards Food Sovereignty and Arts-based Methodology

EUC Student Gathering: Towards Food Sovereignty and Arts-based Methodology

EUC Student Gathering: Towards Food Sovereignty and Arts-based Methodology held on January 30th was a remarkable convergence of minds, ideas, and creativity, with a focus on the dynamic interplay between art, sustainability, and food sovereignty. Attended by 30 enthusiastic participants, including students and professors from diverse environmental studies classes and other disciplines, the event provided

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Climate Migration and the Urban Environment: Dhaka's Story of Development and Disaster

Climate Migration and the Urban Environment: Dhaka's Story of Development and Disaster

On November 24, 2023, concerned citizens, environmental enthusiasts, and advocates for sustainable urban development gathered for the screening of “Climate Migration and the Urban Environment: Dhaka's Story of Development and Disaster”. The powerful 60-minute documentary screening was accompanied by an ongoing photo exhibition; both delve into the intricate relationship between climate change, migration, and urban

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EUCSA Welcoming Event

EUCSA Welcoming Event

On September 14th, Environmental and Urban Change Student Association (EUCSA) hosted their first event of the year, called Welcoming Event. It was held with the collaboration of EcoArts, Maloca Garden and EUC Office of the Dean. With an attendance of more than 50 Faculty students, the event successfully achieved its goal to further engage the

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“To dehumanize is devine”

“To dehumanize is devine”

Curator: Theo Fox This series, compromised of clipping from “J.K. Rowling Writes abiyt Her Reasons for Speaking out on Sex and Gender Issus” and Chapter 18 of “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”, is a radical form of erasure poetry in which the rest of the page is discarded entirely, allowing for subsequent decontextualization

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Self-Portrait in F Major (2023)

Self-Portrait in F Major (2023)

Curator: Tamara Frooman Self-Portrait in F Major is a series of Frankensteinesque self-portraits created out of selfies taken over the past decade, rotated and overlapped to produce a layered effect that represents the constant struggle to conceptualize a stable and coherent self, despite external intactness. The portraits juxtapose the sense of fragmentation that arises from

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Value Village Poems

Value Village Poems

Curator: Olivia De Sanctis The Value Village Poems are a series which combines found materials collected from several visits to the same Value Village location. Their title suggests a practice of hunting or searching for hand-me-down objects, but it also implies a practice of consumerism. Here the found texts and images are not purchased but

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Notes from the Land of the Commuter

Notes from the Land of the Commuter

Curator: Asa Brunet-Jaily “Notes from the Land of The Commuter” is an ever-expanding project if geolocation and site-specific petry. For this series, I allowed the world around me, the world that plagues every walking hour of my days in this city, to engulf me. I opened myself up to the voices of my environment, to

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Self-Portrait Series (2023)

Self-Portrait Series (2023)

Curator: Asa Brunet-Jaily (from left to right) materials: digital art using photography and drawing, printed on paper “In “Self-Portrait Series”, ephemeral moments of self-reflection are shaped into images and words. These self-portraits go beyond my physical self, escaping instead the thoughts. I had as I self-consciously looked at myself in the mirror. Through multimodality-photography, writing,

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