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Us and Them: Gender, Inequality, Boundaries exhibit


March 31, 2017

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Grounds Coffeehaus, Student Center

Students in the “Digital Image in Space” course, ARCH 5960/DMS 4970, have creatively investigated important themes related to ideas of equality, boundaries and gender. Issues of race, class, sexual orientation, power, subordination, and their connection with diverse forms of discriminations are the central focus of video installations. The work spurs the questioning of stereotypes, and historically accepted artificially opposite categories.

The audience is likely to engage in such questions as: “What does this mean to me as an individual, and to us as a community? What is it to us as a society? How do we see this issue play in future shared scenarios?"

The exhibit will be open to the public between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Friday, March 31 in the Student Center's Grounds Coffeehaus. The exhibit was funded through a Women and Gender Studies teaching grant.

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Contact: Claudia Bernasconi, associate professor, Architecture
Phone: 313-993-1532
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