‘STEAMED’ Art Delivers Icelandic Craters, Motion-Sensing Triangles, and Bay Area Immigration Raids
USF faculty show off their recent art and community design work with images of Iceland’s steam craters, motion-sensing triangles on a computer screen, and an accordion-style book that stretches 20 feet and is filled with snapshots from neighborhoods where recent Bay Area immigration raids occurred.
In all, more than 20 faculty present works that explore science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through the lens of art and community design for the exhibit “STEAMED.” The show is curated by Joyce Grimm, a curator for the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, a co-founder of Triple Base gallery.
“STEAMED” opens at the Thacher Gallery in Gleason Library Jan. 21 and runs through March 2.
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