Locality & Global Discourse

Presented by the Humanities & Sciences Division
October 8–12
Image credit: By Tanner Settles
CCA Hubbell St Galleries | 151 Hubbell St, San Francisco
Free and open to the public

Opening reception: Thursday, October 11, 5:30-7:30 p.m. 
Gallery hours: Mon.-Fri., 12:00-5:00 p.m.; Thurs., 12:00-7:30 p.m.; Closed Saturday & Sunday
 
This catalogue and exhibition is a result of a Humanities & Sciences Department Diversity Program and interdisciplinary course “Locality & Global Discourse,” an exchange between California College of the Arts in San Francisco taught by Mariella Poli, and Marmara University, Faculty of Fine Arts in Istanbul, Turkey taught by Prof. Dr. Inci Denis Ilgin.

The purpose of this exchange was to research the historical developments and urban renewal of the two respective cities and specifically explore the geopolitical and cultural heritage in designated neighborhoods.

Further connections were then developed between the two very different cities as the visual dialogue between the two groups of students occurred in this catalog. Global issues of locality, culture, displacement and identity surfaced, which then connected the obvious threads of commonality. Our attempt was to make visual the specifics and uniqueness of place while allowing for similarities to bridge our individual experience.

Participating students (California College of the Arts): Laksh S. Agrawal ARCH, Sayer B. Al Sayer ARCH, Jose Rodriguez Trujillo ARCH, Samuel Kilpatrick ARCH, Marina De Oliveira Rosolem ARCH, Ritunjay Saraf ID, Jacob E. Baldry ID, Haochuan Chen ID, Maria C. Solis Mera ID, Grace K. Park Interaction/D, Andres E. Hurtado Interac/D, Tanner Settles Interact/D, Aya F. Kusumoto Fashion/D

Participating students (Marmara University): Dilan Ova, Dilara Akbal, Ece Ezer, Esin Ak, Hatice Cizme, Melis Yalcin, Oguz Can Yazgi, Rabia Coskun, Simay Bahcivan, Simay Sevincli, Sinm Karaduman

Image credit: By Tanner Settles