Interview: Yale Schwarzman Center (Creating during distance)
"[Tassi says] physical distance might inspire artists to focus less on the “spectacle aspect” of visual design and more on the intentionality of their work in relation to the stories the visuals support."
Thankful to the Schwarzman center for creating a space to host these conversations. For me, art and collaboration is about others, it's about service in sharing. In this difficult period, perhaps there's a way to breakdown divisions caused by departments, buildings, moving outside of the lens of universities
"One, a web series produced by the Schwarzman Center, highlights interdisciplinary approaches to the arts in relation to the Center’s values of collaboration, wellness and belonging. The inaugural season illuminates the creative and academic merits of student works impacted by social distance and explores perspectives on community-building among dispersed groups. The series title, One, is a nod to the Schwarzman Center’s aspiration to advance a sense of “One Yale” and create an interconnected community that builds new traditions of student engagement around the campus and into the world"
Photo: Schwarzman center