Reckoning: Faculty Exhibition 2020 Opens Online Oct. 1

Nobuho Nagasawa, Transformation and Resilience (detail), 2020, 506 Broadway, NYC. Photo: Teri Henry.

Nobuho Nagasawa, ‘Transformation and Resilience’ (detail), 2020, 506 Broadway, NYC. Photo: Teri Henry.

The Zuccaire Gallery presents an online Faculty Exhibition that opens on October 1 and features the work of Stony Brook University’s world-renowned faculty artists. Reckoning presents artwork created in 2020 that expresses a range of individual and collective experiences we are living through and the underlying conditions that have brought us to this crossroads.   
Howardena Pindell, 'Black Lives Matter' (detail), 2020

Howardena Pindell, ‘Black Lives Matter’ (detail), 2020

In 2020 we are experiencing a pandemic, quarantine, major changes to how we learn, work and live, xenophobia, racial injustice, Black Lives Matter protests, political activism, #MeToo, controversy over monuments, climate change, uncertainty of the future, and more. In light of the challenges the world is facing today, creative responses form a crucial component of expression, activism and hope for the future. Reckoning includes digital media, text pieces, photography, drawing, painting, sculpture, video, mixed reality and sound. 

Reckoning: Student Digital Mural
The mural — an ongoing student response project that will grow throughout the semester — consists of artwork, poetry, music and more from Stony Brook University‘s student body.

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