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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Co-curated by Rone Shavers '93, "In Place of Now" showcases both emerging and established artists whose work engages in the politically subversive acts of picturing “otherness,” reinventing the past, and reclaiming the future.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Opening reception: Tuesday, February 26 at 6:30 pm.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Increasingly, migration control involves making migrants destitute in particular ways. In an analysis of border encampment in Thailand, Kate Coddington, Department of Geography and Planning, SUNY Albany, explores how the detachment of workers from citizenship produces not only destitution, but new forms of value as well. Focusing on these destitution economies of migration control highlights how political regimes are producing new circuits of value in and through law, state practices, and exclusion.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Come learn about stars, galaxies, the moon, planets, the night sky, etc. with us!