“The Aesthetics of Activism: Afro-Futurism, Xenofeminism, and Disobedient Objects”

source: Yale University    2016年12月6日
This session of the J. Irwin Miller Symposium, “Aesthetic Activism” evaluates the role of physical objects and architectural form in social change; recognizes new relationships between social definitions and architectural space formulates new ideas about how architecture can be more interdisciplinary; investigates the evolving definitions of genders and their potential relationship to space; and formulates new ideas about how architecture can better address contemporary social problems.
Nettrice Gaskins (Boston Arts Academy), Diann Bauer (Artist),
Catherine Flood (Victoria and Albert Museum),
Jonathan Massey (California College of the Arts)
Peggy Deamer (Yale University), Introduction and Discussion Moderator