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Thursday, June 23 • 4:45pm - 6:00pm
Evolving Social Issue

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Moderator: Alex Braidwood

Adam DelMarcelle and Heather Snyder Quinn  / Mariah: Acts of Resistance
Mariah is an augmented reality experience that narrates stories of historical injustice and allows viewers to “legally trespass” in the metaverse at significant cultural institutions across the globe. The app is named for Mariah Lotti, who lost her life to an overdose at 19.

Moon Jung Jang / Multiplicity: De-centering Visual Forms
This presentation focuses on a set of artworks exploring multiplicity as a visual concept to de-center visual forms. It investigates the relationships between the following words: left, right, top, bottom, margin, and center and their positions in space. When the words are arranged, animated, and aligned in various orientations, multiple socio-cultural and metaphorical narratives/meanings are created.

Chris Hamamoto / The aesthetics of surveillance
This talk will reflect on the aesthetics and ethics of surveillance within digital and networked systems

Zishuo Wang / The Importance of Bad Designs
An exploration of anti corporate logo designs. What would the modern design scene look like if designers expressed themselves without being influenced by modern corporate identities?

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Alex Braidwood

Director of Graduate Education, Graphic Design, Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology
Alex Braidwood is a sound artist, media designer, and educator who maintains a practice exploring issues of sustainability at the intersection of art and science. He has exhibited art, led workshops, lectured on his work, and performed live at a variety of events and venues throughout... Read More →

Adam DelMarcelle

Assistant Professor, Wilson College
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Heather Snyder Quinn

Assistant Professor of Design Futures, Washington University, St. Louis
Heather is usually where she “isn’t supposed to be.” You will find her playing in unexpected places, physical or virtual, and collaborating with people from an array of backgrounds. Her work uses design fiction to empower communities to imagine possible futures and underst... Read More →
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Moon Jung Jang

Associate Professor of Graphic Design, University of Georgia
Moon Jang is a multidisciplinary designer and artist whose primary research involves narrative systems such as Multiple Narratives in Visual Form, Polyhedral-ness as Multiple Narratives, and Color Value in Space-Time. She also focuses on promotion design for socio-cultural events... Read More →
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chris hamamoto

assistant professor, california college of the arts
Chris Hamamoto is a designer, developer, and educator based in the Bay Area and teaching at California College of the Arts. In addition to teaching, he pursues an independent practice focused on how automation and algorithms affect communication and aesthetics – a topic he explores... Read More →

Zishuo Wang

Jr graphic designer, Office of Experience

Thursday June 23, 2022 4:45pm - 6:00pm CDT
Zoom / School of Education Conference Room 159