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11.1 / All the World’s End

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As the climate crisis escalates and the sixth mass extinction approaches, we are thinking through all the things that are coming to an end, but also business-as-usual behaviors being called to end. 

The Dope Elf at Yale Union
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The Dope Elf at Yale Union

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(faltering to extinction) by Vivian Sming

(faltering to extinction)

Feature

What does it mean to no longer be able to speak, whether due to the disappearance of one’s language, or due to the erosion of public discourse in today’s atmosphere?

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Living & Working: Mik Gaspay & Kija Lucas by Art Practical Editors

Living & Working: Mik Gaspay & Kija Lucas

Living & Working

Mik Gaspay and Kija Lucas share an intimate conversation about their experiences growing up in Palo Alto, and the paths that led them to becoming Bay Area-based artists. 

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Emory Douglas: Art + Survival by Art Practical Editors

Emory Douglas: Art + Survival

AP Events

Emory Douglas sits down with the California College of the Arts (CCA) Students of Color Coalition in a roundtable conversation.​

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Episode 40: Maya Stovall by Weston Teruya

Episode 40: Maya Stovall

(un)making

Weston Teruya speaks with artist Maya Stovall about her interrogations in ethnographic traditions and the expectations of artists in public practice.

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Episode 6: The Value of Doing Nothing by Dorothy R. Santos

Episode 6: The Value of Doing Nothing

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Dorothy R. Santos speaks with Jenny Odell about exercises in attention, space for refusal, bonding over our experience of an Ellsworth Kelly painting at the SFMOMA, and much more. 

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Episode 39: Rebecca Maria Goldschmidt by Weston Teruya

Episode 39: Rebecca Maria Goldschmidt

(un)making

Weston Teruya speaks with Honolulu-based artist Rebecca Maria Goldschmidt about her methodologies on understanding the land and de-centering the United States.

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Returning to Prison: Future IDs at Alcatraz by Brian Karl

Returning to Prison: Future IDs at Alcatraz

Features

Future IDs intervenes in the cycle of hollow tourism by inserting the stories of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals into Alcatraz, complicating the site’s own story.

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