Thursday, October 19, 2017
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Power Plant Gallery
320 Blackwell Street
American Tobacco Campus
A panel discussion with urban planners, activists, artists, cartographers, and teachers
Join us for a lunchtime discussion inspired by the exhibition, Reflections Within the Transitioning Grid: Merging Structure, Form and Design with Technology by Merrill Shatzman and libi rose, currently on view at the Power Plant Gallery from September 15 to November 22, 2017. Urban planner and architect Tony Sease, artist Jina Valentine, and geographer/cartographer Tim Stallmann will join Merrill Shatzman to explore how urban geography and psychology combine to create spaces that shape our movement, our thinking, our relationships, and the possibilities for justice.
A light lunch will be served.
Co-sponsored by the Forum for Scholars and Publics and the Power Plant Gallery, an initiative of the Center for Documentary Studies and the Master of Fine Arts in Experimental and Documentary Arts at Duke University.
Cover art: Merrill Shatzman.
Anthony M. Sease
Tony Sease is a civil engineer and LEED-certified registered architect focused on the planning and design of walkable neighborhoods and the development of sustainable infrastructure strategies. He has led or collaborated on scores of projects across 30 states, working on behalf of municipalities, foundations, academic ...
Merrill Shatzman is an abstract printmaker whose work includes images in relief, silkscreen, lithography, bookmaking, and digital media. Her prints have been exhibited in 90 solo, invitational, group, and juried shows in the United States and internationally. Shatzman's award-winning prints can be found in numerous ...
Tim Stallmann is a freelance cartographer and geographer. His work focuses on the role maps and geographic data play in addressing issues of racial, economic, and environmental justice, particularly in the southeastern United States. He is currently working with Bull City 150 on "Uneven Ground," ...
UNC Chapel Hill
Jina Valentine’s interdisciplinary practice is informed by the intuitive strategies of American folk artists and traditional craft techniques, and interweaves histories latent within found texts, objects, narratives, and spaces. She has exhibited at The Drawing Center, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and the ...