Log Knot, The Emperor’s Canary, and Todd: AAP Faculty and Student Work in the 2018 CCA Biennial

Architecture, Art & Planning
Edith Fikes/AAP
One of the two gramophones installed as part of Joanna Malinowska and C.T. Jasper's work for the biennial titled The Emperor's Canary. Edith Fikes/AAP

The 2018 Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) Biennial is underway and includes three projects by AAP students and faculty, each taking a different approach to this year’s theme of “Duration: Passage, Persistence, Survival.”

The CCA describes the biennial’s 18 total projects as those that “ponder institutional and racial violence, the temporality of indigenous culture, the ‘long durée’ of gradual historical alterations, transgender and sexualities, slowness of painting and reading, contemplations of the built environment, ‘deep time’ of ecology and volatile encroachments of global warming, passage of sound, and historical imperatives of persistence and survival under threatening cultural conditions.”

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