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Amaranth Borsuk exhibits collaborative work at Pierogi Gallery in New York

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Curated by Heather and Raphael Rubinstein, the show Under Erasure takes its title from Jacques Derrida's concept of sous rature, which posits that to put a word under erasure (sous rature) is "to signal the inadequacy of inherited language while also recognizing its inevitability." The exhibition includes work by artists and writers who draw upon and obscure sourced texts. According to the curators, "Many of the works included in the exhibition, by artists such as Jenny Holzer and Glenn Ligon, utilize erasure and redaction to emphasize the political ...

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Jennifer Atkinson at Climate Science on Tap!

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson joined a panel of climate experts including Meade Krosby (UW Climate Impacts Group) and Sarah Myhre (UW Oceanography) to speak on the topic of Environmental Grief & Hope at Climate Science on Tap! The Climate Science on Tap program is a partnership between Cascadia Climate Action and the University of Washington that offers public panel discussions to build community understanding of, and engagement with climate change, its related causes, impacts, and solutions. 

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Ellen Donnelly exhibits Call Me Rabbit in Los Angeles

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MFA alum Ellen Donnelly (’16) will exhibit Call Me Rabbit, an immersive video installation, at Actual Size in Los Angeles, CA from December 15 to January 19. The New York-based artist’s first solo exhibition uses imagery, audio, and rhetoric from wellness culture, online marketing, and social media to create an anxious but intriguing landscape to consider our place as individuals and the way we define ourselves as such.

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Margaret Redsteer co-authors chapter on Tribal Lands for National Climate Assessment and Carbon Cycle Report

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IAS faculty member Margaret Redsteer was one of the authors on the recently released National Climate Assessment and Carbon Cycle Report.  Her co-authored chapter on “Tribal Lands” focused on traditional land-use and agricultural practices of Indigenous people of the United States, Canada and Mexico that can inform our understanding of carbon cycling and carbon sequestration. Further ...

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Rebecca Brown publishes Not Heaven, Somewhere Else, a cycle of stories

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IAS Senior Artist-in-Residence Rebecca Brown's new book of stories, Not Heaven, Somewhere Else, a cycle of stories was published by Tarpaulin Sky Press in October. The book has been reviewed in The Seattle Review of Books and The Stranger. From The Seattle Review of Books: "Rebecca Brown is the smartest writer in Seattle. ..."

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