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Iké Udé: Artist, Photographer

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With his ongoing photographic self-portraits, Sartorial Anarchy, dressed in varied costumes across geography and time, the work of Nigerian-born IKÉ UDÉ explores a world of dualities

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Iké Udé: Artist, Photographer

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With his ongoing photographic self-portraits, Sartorial Anarchy, dressed in varied costumes across geography and time, the work of Nigerian-born IKÉ UDÉ explores a world of dualities

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Xavier Cortada Blends Art & Science

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XAVIER CORTADA’S science-art practice is oriented toward social engagement and the environment. For example, he created art installations in the Earth’s poles to generate awareness about global climate change. In 2007, as a National Science Foundation Antarctic Artists and Writer’s Program Fellow, Cortada used the moving ice sheet beneath the South Pole as an instrument to mark time; the art piece will be completed in 150,000 years.  In 2008, he planted a green flag at the North Pole to reclaim it for nature and launch an eco-art reforestation effort.

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A Sea Change:
An Interview on the
Theater of Sea Level Rise

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      A Sea Change is a multifaceted theatrical experience primarily motivated by the global rise of sea levels and the...

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Climakaze Miami & Elizabeth Doud

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Climakaze is an annual event that explores two key questions:  (1) How do artists effectively draw attention to climate change, rising sea levels, and the environmental consequences? And (2) How does one engage pods of diverse artists, as well as the broader community, in a free-flowing dialogue about environmental issues?

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