ArtSci Roundup: Hostile Terrain 94, Lux Aeterna, and More

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Through public events and exhibitions, connect with the UW community every week! This week, attend gallery exhibitions, watch recorded events, and more. While you’re enjoying summer break, connect with campus through UW live webcams of Red Square and the quad.

Many of these online opportunities are streamed through Zoom. All UW faculty, staff, and students have access to Zoom Pro via UW-IT. 


Hostile Terrain 94

ArtSci Roundup: Hostile Terrain 94, Lux Aeterna, and MoreThrough October | Henry Art Gallery

Hostile Terrain 94 (HT94) is a participatory art exhibition created by the Undocumented Migration Project (UMP) and directed by UCLA anthropologist Jason De León. Occurring in more than 130 cities around the globe, the installation intends to raise awareness about the realities of the U.S.-Mexico border, focusing on the deaths that have occurred almost daily since 1994 as a direct result of the Border Patrol policy known as “Prevention Through Deterrence” (PTD). HT94 renders the human consequences of PTD policies, while also promoting both global and local discourse on migrant labor, detention, and other intersecting topics through collaborative programs with community partners.

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ArtSci Roundup: Hostile Terrain 94, Lux Aeterna, and MoreLux Aeterna

Through August 28 | Jacob Lawrence Gallery

The Jacob Lawrence Gallery + Northwest Film Forum proudly present Lux Aeterna, an exhibition featuring 16 local, national, and international artists working in a wide variety of media to explore the mutability of media made and consumed using ever-evolving platforms.

This exhibition considers how technological, economic, and cultural forces shape the ways we produce, share, and experience media — and how that media in turn influences our aesthetics and values. In tracing the currents of technical migration and image circulation, the exhibition raises timely questions about ownership and fidelity. It experiments with media as a tool for empowerment at a time of existential uncertainty. And it wonders whether media, like light, might outlast humanity, forever sending forth a message.

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On Your Own Time

Looking for more ways to connect with the UW? Check out this recorded and asynchronous content that can be accessed anytime.


What is the human, anyway?

ArtSci Roundup: Hostile Terrain 94, Lux Aeterna, and MoreOnline

The “human” is a historically constructed category with political and social agency, and in Western science and culture sets up a hierarchical distinction from other animals and forms of life. In this process of differentiation, animality has been racialized, and used as a means of limiting freedom and protections to members of humankind that threaten a fantasy of white superiority. How do these hierarchies and distinctions persist in the shaping of policy and social relations? How might thinking across species reveal new opportunities for liberation work across different forms of oppression wrought by racism, sexism, imperialism, and capitalism? And, thinking beyond the animal, how might we turn to other forms of interspecies connections and multi-species agencies to recalibrate the meaning of the human for survival on our damaged planet? This recorded event sponsored by the Henry Art Gallery answers these questions and more.

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ArtSci Roundup: Hostile Terrain 94, Lux Aeterna, and MoreBonnie Whiting Album Release Celebration: “Perishable Structures”

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University of Washington Percussion Studies chair Bonnie Whiting celebrates the release of her new album “Perishable Structures” (New Focus Recording) in this recorded performance from the School of Music’s Brechemin Auditorium.

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ArtsUW: On Demand ArtSci Roundup: Hostile Terrain 94, Lux Aeterna, and More

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Engage with the arts at the University of Washington from the comfort of your own home, in your own time. This archive of events offers you the opportunity to watch the latest virtual lectures and performances, and see recent digital exhibitions. In addition, visit ArtsUW Events to see all that is coming up. 

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