In January 2022, The 4th wAVe Digital Arts Intensive brought together Gallatin students and alumni musicians and video artists. Three ensembles embarked on a unique and collective experiment to explore, expand, and challenge the boundaries of the creative process. Together, they collaborated across time zones to develop an original audiovisual work.
Noah Kaplan, Roza Chervinsky, Ryan Gross, Tanya Gupta, Alexandra Skora offer musical and visual commentary on human disruption of nature.
Rosie Kaplan, Connie Li, Rob Walker, Conny Zhao, and Jun Zhao beckon you to enter an inner realm which houses the digital and analog, the mundane and strange.
Kwami Coleman, Pilar Cerón, Sarah Galvin, Evelyn Guirguis, and Leo Yablans explore the variety of intense emotions we human beings experience as a result of existing in a world in which we are dominant.
Midge Maisel's strong-headed, Jewish-mother persona resembles your bubbe who nags you to nosh on a third helping of kugel and gefilte fish. However, she is to be reckoned with as she emerges as a comic who is not afraid to hold her middle finger up to the patriarchy.
Read with Butler in mind, Coetzee's "Waiting for the Barbarians" portrays the ways an empire manufactures reality, justifying its attack on a broad, different “other” whose lives are “ungrievable” and exist only to further the narrative that the state has constructed of itself.
I had never thought of a slave witnessing a volcano before; that specific scenario was not conceivable in my reality. As someone who had always longed to connect with the ghosts of my shared diasporic past, I had to know: How did slaves react to a volcano? My project was an attempt to communicate with history and, hopefully, sew together any holes left by neglect.
A case for why the mental health gurus on TikTok may be doing their adolescent viewers more harm than good, as well as why these adolescents are drawn to it anyway
"Rite of Spring" and "Tender Buttons" both adhere to a strict sense of organization and repetition in order to convey a move away from artistic norms of figurative expression toward more literal representation.
The city is distracting; if you make poor enough decisions and don’t think too hard about why you’re starting to get death premonitions, the monotony of it all can feel like a footnote.
From the outside looking in, many see Gallatin as a sort of bubble, an idealistic utopia without the consequences of the “real world.” However Gallatin has practical utility, and in fact, traditional education has a lot to learn from it.
Sharing the parts of ourselves that make our inner world is not always easy or pleasurable. This is my attempt in doing so.
your wife loves flowers/ so you hollow out porcelain girl’s head and/ leave her with a shattered mind,/ a place for flowers to wilt.