Hosted by Environment Design
Location: In-Person | 1060 18th St (ENVD building)
Target Audience: Everyone
The exhibit will be up from Monday, April 11th through Friday April 22nd at the gallery of the ENVD building. The work is an exploration of ways we can visualize the ways that the architecture of our campus classrooms facilitate, shape, and perpetuate racialized experiences. While for some the architecture of our classrooms seem harmless, for some, they are subtly charged, and for others, they are spaces of violence.
As an initial stage of a research project, we hope these architectural representations will generate discussion and debate. The work presented is inspired by the scholarship and creative writings about race and space of Wendy Leo Moore, Joyce Bell, Claudia Rankine, George Lipsitz, Elijah Anderson, Katherine McKittrick, Adrienne Brown, Dianne Harris, Craig Wilkins, Rashad Shabazz, and others.