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Un-War Exhibition, 2022. Photo: Emma Yimeng Zhu.
Un-War Exhibition, 2022. Photo: Emma Yimeng Zhu.

June 13, 2022September 6, 2022

This exhibition is a reflection on Professor Emeritus Krzysztof Wodiczko’s essay “Un-War” and a call to put an end to perpetuating the culture of war we live in.
The displayed works are a part of an open call in response to the following prompts:

What does Un-War mean to you?
What does it mean to build a culture of Un-War?
What does a world of Un-War look like?
How do we dismantle the culture of war?
How do we build an Un-War coalition?
How do we break out of a mindset of war?
What responsibility do we have in dismantling notions of war?
What does a collective Un-War consciousness look like?
What does an Un-War future look like?
How do we build an Un-War future?
What do we need to change for an Un-War future?
What does an Un-War framework look like?

This exhibition is possible thanks to the support of the Art, Culture, and Technology program and the work of the Un-War Exhibition committee:
Azra Akšamija, Chucho Ocampo, Emma Zhu, Felix Li, Gearóid Dolan, Graham Yeager, Kevin McLellan, and Marissa Friedman.

Artwork from Ardalan SadeghiKivi, Azra Aksamija, Christopher Capozzola, Doris Duanmu, Gearóid Dolan, Kelly Heaton, Kevin McLellan, Mersiha Veledar, Nelida Nassar, Raafat Majzoub, Selin Sahin, and Tyrone Serapio.

The exhibition is open and on-view in the ACT Corridor, MIT Building E15-Second Floor, during normal business hours.