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Inside Out: How might we share our likely stories to discover and retain cultural memories.
How does social change happen?

Lori Rubeling’s Likely Stories: chaos and cosmos Stevenson University exhibition provides an example for how we might tell 9/11, COVID-19, and Climate Change “origin” stories. Likely Stories origin story features the climate crisis. By 3D modeling the scale and carbon sink processes of a giant sequoia tree Professor Rubeling reminds us that without shared definitions and a common purpose, social change is not likely to happen. The exhibition's likely story narrative expands into the history of philosophy, specifically the history of architectural philosophy. Abstract research frameworks that imagine possible environmental futures are also featured in the exhibition.

This webinar is a panelist conversation. UX designer Ebony Kenney, artist and community activist Rikiesha Metzger, and artist, designer, and SoDA planning committee member Richard Stanley will join Lori Rubeling in discussing the themes presented in the Likely Stories: chaos and cosmos exhibition. Attendees will also have an opportunity to share their Covid-19 stories.

Oct 26, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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