Jun 13, 2019 at 1:00 pm
June 11-13, 2019, 1-4 p.m.
Reception: June 11, 5-7 p.m.
Mande B-111E and B-113, Mandeville Center, UC San Diego
The art of using mirrors to view reflections of the future. Practiced by specularii
The 2019 graduating class of the UC San Diego Visual Arts Speculative Design program is proud to announce this year’s Senior Exhibition, showcasing their final projects and culmination of their time here at UC San Diego.
The projects in the exhibition revolve around questions of the city and its future. With over half the world’s population living in cities today and more than two-thirds expected in 2050, it is imperative for humanity to imagine futures inside these future megapolises. Two major subtopics exist: Looking at San Diego’s unique setting on the border, and imagining a city which doesn’t belong solely to the United States nor solely to Mexico, but a city which has a radically different position. Inspired by Professor Ricardo Domingez’s work on the border and immigrants, the seniors have created different permutations of what that city might be.
Considering the current state of governance and imagining a city which is governed not just by an AI, but one which recognizes and considers its population’s emotions. Inspired by Professor Pinar Yoldas’s Kitty AIproject, the seniors look into applications of AI into various and unique fractals of society.
Featuring work from:
Zhuoqun Robin Xu
Special Thanks to Ricardo Dominguez and Pinar Yoldas for teaching and guiding us.
Jun 11, 2019 at 1:00 pm
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Registration is not required for this event.
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Faculty, Staff, Students, The General Public