Social Structures is an installation of freestanding outdoor constructions and digital art pieces that address the themes of interconnectivity, empathy, and care. Download the map of Social Structures’ works below – on display from December 21, 2020–January 18, 2021 on the Midtown Campus at 1600 St. Michaels Drive.

Alicia Mujynya

Alicia Mujynya is a filmmaker raised & based in Santa Fe, NM. It’s her first year on her own. When not thinking about how adults pay their mortgages, she’s recording, remixing & deteriorating the world presented to her through her everyday life.

“Leisure, Moderation – Green, and Fast ii

Leisure, Moderation – Green, and Fast ii are three experimental film-movements that incorporate animation, live action, and text. The work explores abstracted happenings of our everyday lives during the COVID-19 crisis. Because of the pandemic, our regular routines with regard to work and relationships have come to a grinding halt. This has caused many of us to reflect on what these routines are really all about — if they truly have substance and if they elicit fulfillment. The work depicts how monotony, isolation, jealousy, and the passing of time shapes our outlook of the present as we shelter-in-place, and contemplates how interconnectivity, empathy, and care provide fertile ground for what a post-COVID future could look like.

DOWNLOAD MAP OF WORKSLEARN MORE ABOUT SOCIAL STRUCTURES

This event is part of the Culture Connects Midtown Project. To learn more visit cultureconnects.site.