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The CCAM Symposium is a biannual, interdisciplinary event that investigates the cultural landscape of our time.

As a bridge between the discoveries at CCAM and those around campus and in the larger world, it takes the form of discussions, exhibitions, performances, workshops, and more.

In Spring 2024, the symposium is grounded in the center’s Ultra Space research and will feature:

→ Events with guest speakers, including:

• Momoyo Homma, Director, Reversible Destiny Foundation and Arakawa+Gins Tokyo office
• Takashi Ikegami, Director, Takashi Ikegami Lab + Professor, University of Tokyo
• ST Luk, Project Director, Reversible Destiny Foundation
• Harshita Nedunuri, Transdisciplinary Designer + Researcher, CCAM Ultra Space Research Fellow
• Setareh Samandari, Director + Visual Effects Artist
• Habib Zargarpour, Visual Effects Artist, Bladerunner 2049

→ The grand opening of ISOVIST—CCAM’s new gallery—with works by Refik Anadol, Yale student artists, + others

→ Launch of the inaugural edition of the CCAM Printed Volume!

Free + open to the public.

CCAM Team:

Dana Karwas
Director and Critic, Yale School of Architecture

Lauren Dubowski 
Assistant Director

Matthew Suttor
Program Manager and Senior Lecturer, Yale College

Ross Wightman
Technical Manager and Curator, CCAM Sound Art Series

Susan Youssef 
Film Advisor

Paloma Izquierdo
CCAM/Yale School of Art Postgraduate Fellow

About the Design: 
The identity for the Spring 2024 Symposium: Adaptations/s is based off of Arakawa and Gins color scheme. 

Partners and Support:
HP Curricular Technology Sponsored Research
Yale College Arts
The Reversible Destiny Foundation
Yale School of Architecture
The Aurelia Institute
M.I.T. Space Exploration Initiative

Special thanks to Enrique De La Cruz and Miwako Tezuka!

The Spring 2024 Ultra Space Symposium: Adaptation/s is presented with the support of Hewlett-Packard (HP).