Alisa Singer Pop-Up Exhibit

ACTUAL BREAKING NEWS: The opening reception of the Chicago Climate Festival has been cancelled due to a scheduling conflict at the reserved venue. However . . .

DePaul will still be hosting a pop-up exhibit of the work of our featured artist, Alisa Singer, at various locations around the Lincoln Park Campus throughout the month of October.

See the Festival Calendar of Events for details.

Singer’s Environmental Graphiti has been displayed at various universities and is featured in collections across the country.  DePaul is truly fortunate to be able to display her work on campus in this format.  Please visit Singer’s remarkable website here.  Note in particular the inspiring video, THE ALARMING ART of CLIMATE CHANGE.

For more information about the festival, and a calendar of events, visit the Chicago Climate Festival  website: http://chicagoclimate.org/


Image and data source: http://www.environmentalgraphiti.org/shells-dissolve-in-acidified-ocean-water

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3 responses to “Alisa Singer Pop-Up Exhibit

    • cskolnik

      No “away.” So these chemicals become our skin, which we shed and then breathe in, though I’m just speculating on the process here. No matter what the process, we can’t escape these chemical “creatures” (in the sense that we created them).

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