Tag: exhibition

Embodied Taste 

A student-curated exhibition offers an immersive exploration of food and the connections, stories, and memories we consume each time we eat.   Image description: A small, neon yellow…

Do animal livelihoods in the Arctic suffer from global warming?

This was one of the questions covered in an interdisciplinary exhibition on the effects of global warming and melting permafrost in Yakutia, on display in the Hokkaido museum…

Michaela Schäuble: Ecstasy: A review of two recent exhibitions on consciousness-expanding experience

In his classic Ecstatic Religion: A Study of Shamanism and Spirit Possession, I. M. Lewis (1971) contends that ritual, belief, and spiritual experience are the three cornerstones of…

Layers – A Photography Exhibition #livesofobjects

Allegra has an extensive archive of photographs. These images are usually incorporated as supporting materials to written essays. This exhibition is a small intervention in the archive to…

Wissen/Schaffen: From #Fieldwork to #Exhibition – A photo essay

In 2016-17, I did fieldwork on the materials of scholarship at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, an institute of advanced study. For this investigation, I worked with “the stuff…

Protest Matters! #AAA2017 Installation and Virtual Museum

Protest Matters! is an interactive temporary museum of protest objects that will run in conjunction with the AAA meetings in Washington DC next month. The project invites academics,…

#EVENTS: Semiotics, Activism, Creativity and more…

The coming academic year is beginning to take shape and it looks very promising. Discussing gender in Europe, devising creative and innovative approaches in education, or exploring the…

The Story of Seething & being a little bit Stupid

David Jeevendrampillai, UCL Anthropology Image 1: The Story of Seething Exhibition. Jan – May 2015. UCL Anthropology (Photo Credit: Timothy Carroll). UCL promotes itself as a leading global…

Malthus and the #EXPO2015

The subject of EXPO 2015 is “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”, which coincides with the “European Year for Development”. The European page contains the slogan “How can…

#SommerWende: Art/Science of #postsocialism