In partnership with KSU’s Division of Global Affairs, EQUINOX facilitates engaging lectures and exhibitions which focus on the interconnected United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to promote innovative research, scholarship, and practices in sustainability from micro to macro scales — for people and the planet.
Gabriela Salazar: Through sculpture, drawing, writing, and site interventions, Gabriela’s work examines the relationship of the built environment and material histories to our sense of self and place, investigating the relationship between human-made spaces and structures and the unpredictable or invisible forces upon them.
David Brooks: An artist whose work considers the relationship between the individual and the built and natural environment, David’s work investigates how cultural concerns cannot be divorced from the natural world, while also questioning the terms under which nature is perceived and utilized.
Mary Mattingly: Based in New York City, Mary founded a floating food forest on a barge in New York (“Swale”) and completed a performative sculpture “Pull” at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de la Habana with the Bronx Museum of the Arts. Currently, Mattingly is working on “Public Water,” a sculpture and campaign about New York City’s drinking water.+ More... - Less...