Beatriz Cortez and Rafa Esparza, Nomad 13, 2017. Adobe bricks, steel, concrete, hammer, plastic, paper, soil, plants: corn, black bean, prickly pear, sorghum, amaranth, quinoa, chayote squash, chia, chili pepper, yerba buena, yerba santa, sage, ceiba tree. 104 x 84 x 96 in. (264.2 x 213.4 x 243.8 cm). Installation view, Mundos Alternos, UCR ARTSblock, Riverside, CA, September 16, 2017–February 4, 2018. Courtesy UCR ARTSblock. Photo: Nikolay Maslov.

Simultaneity, Destruction, and Survival: Beatriz Cortez and Claire Colebrook

Philosopher, cultural theorist, and Pennsylvania State University professor Claire Colebrook joins artist Beatriz Cortez to discuss how art and philosophy imagine new ways of approaching 21st-century political and ecological challenges.

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