Sunday, October 20

(Catherine Nordstrom/Daily Bruin)
(Catherine Nordstrom/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Steve Dietl/Netflix)
(Courtesy of Steve Dietl/Netflix)

The "Atlantis" escape room submerges visitors in another world outside the space's Downtown LA location with its technology-based clues. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
The "Atlantis" escape room submerges visitors in another world outside the space's Downtown LA location with its technology-based clues. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

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‘Sisters in Law’ dramatizes relationship between first women justices

Dramatists wouldn’t dare write characters as disparate and lively as Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the same play, said Jonathan Shapiro. The two trailblazing Supreme Court justices are almost cliche in their contrasts in real life – O’Connor is a Christian Republican from Arizona, known for being outgoing and athletic, while Ginsburg is a shy, introverted New York-born Jewish Democrat. Read more...

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(Bridgette Baron/Daily Bruin)

Design media arts graduate student Erin Cooney is making a piece for the “Context Collapse” exhibition. The piece, she said, will include a body made out of clothing filled with plastic debris to represent immigration and climate crisis. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Design media arts MFA exhibition to experiment with context via multiple mediums

The cues and contexts of human interaction are stripped away online and on social media where different backgrounds, environments and points in time crash together, according to the theory of “context collapse.” The UCLA Department of Design Media Arts 2020 MFA class’ fall group show, “Context Collapse,” explores how that idea comes to play in art – the idea that multiple works coming from vastly different perspectives viewed together can create a new context of understanding. Read more...

Design media arts graduate student Erin Cooney is making a piece for the “Context Collapse” exhibition. The piece, she said, will include a body made out of clothing filled with plastic debris to represent immigration and climate crisis. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

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(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)


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