2019-20 CCA Grants
Inviting eight international artists exploring the relationships of post-colonialism, war policy, territories, solidarity, global commerce and trade routes, in transnational dialogue through moving image, photography, and mixed media.
This multimedia music and art performance, with Guillermo Presa and Pisol Manatchinapisit, aims to create a scene of a situation which primarily focuses on instrumental physicality and hearing sensibility.
Through interviews with textile companies, fashion designers, plant growers, dye chemists and others, this film seeks to document the use of natural dyes within the apparel and textile industry.
A multidisciplinary performance combining dance, architecture, and video projection to explore what the notion of “tunneling” means. Tunneling is about subversive transformation/transgression or directed and confined movement, a concept that can produce extensively complex and diverse critical and theoretical material for presentation.
COAST is a narrative short film written and directed by Iyanah Bativala and follows two people from vastly varying socioeconomic backgrounds, in the city of Mumbai.
A fantasy fungal landscape created in collaboration with the Carnegie Mellon that engages with knitting fabrication technology to explore themes of ecofeminism, romance, and the tension between domestic spaces and forces of nature.
A multi-day, multi-venue festival and symposium celebrating, exploring, and questioning the traditions of modernist and experimental concert music by Ithacans past and present.
Nether Ithaca seeks to highlight water pollution in Ithaca through an installation of consisting gouache paintings and video projection.
A setting of the fourth book of Vergil’s Aeneid in the original Latin, Queen of Carthage narrates the life story of Queen Dido following the arrival of the Trojans to her city in Northern Africa.
To celebrate the bicentennial of Clara Schumann (neé Wieck)’s birth, the conference “Performing Clara Schumann: Keyboard Legacies and Feminine Identities in the Long Romantic Tradition,” will present a myriad of interpretive frameworks for understanding the historical, cultural, and technological milieu surrounding the virtuosa’s life and work.
Fifty years later in two concerts at Cornell, the great anatine ensemble returns to the analog to perform Borden’s minimalist masterpiece, the Continuing Story of Counterpoint, on the original synthesizers.
Aboriginal Australian artist Jonathan Jones will share his insights into socially engaged art as a means of inspiring greater appreciation of Indigenous history and cultures, remembrance of forgotten histories, and stewardship of the environment.
This exhibition highlights the beauty and the tragedy of feathers in fashion to tell the story of birds and their influence on clothing across the globe.
Cornell Contemporary Chamber Players will collaborate with NYC’s Unheard-of//Ensemble to present an evening of performances which investigates the influences of time and place on the current graduate student composers within Cornell’s distinguished composition department, as well as alumnus composers of the past.
Brazilian artist Eder Muniz will talk about his work transforming the streetscapes of Salvador, Brazil through the magic of his art.
Melting is when individuals lose their individuality to create a new identity, as a cross cultural artist: melting is what I feel my art is, still melting to become something new!