Graduate Research Salon: special affects

Please join us for a presenation of work-in-progress - featuring projects by graduate students in FDM PhD, SocDoc MFA and Feminist Studies PhD.  

  • Alessia Cecchet’s WWW (The Whale Who Wasn’t) explores the relationship between human and non-human animals through fiction, found footage and animation
  • Jessica Calvanico’s Girl Problems examines histories of sexuality, carcerality, and girlhood in the US South 
  • In a video installation Obstacle Course, Yulia Gilichinskaya scouts the affective geography of isolation, limitation, and occupation imposed on Palestine by the Israeli Apartheid Wall
  • Brett Kashmere will present a gameplan for theorizing NFL Films
  • Alicia Rice looks at the emotional product of textured soundscapes and repetitive imagery to find where places of meditation may lie
  • Hear Me Now by Casondra Sobieralski is a video installation that suggests a hide-and-seek between present and past
  • Search by Kara Stone is a visual novel-style videogame about mental illness, sexuality, and the environment

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When: 
Monday, December 11, 2017 - 3:00pm - 5:30pm
Location: 
Communications Building, Room 150 (Studio C)