Cultural HiJack

Cultural Hijack: Real Fake Atrium Cafe

Through brainstorming for a space for our Hijack, one of our first ideas was to reinvent the area formerly known as the Atrium Cafe, a...

Cultural Hijack: JUMP THE TURNSTILE! :D

by: Isiah Powell Taylor When concerning stickers, I was unsure at first of the way stickers function within space. Artists such as Banksy are able...

Cultural HiJack: Brasil Slogan HiJack

      I chose to HiJack the current slogan of Brazil’s Federal Government. The slogan, “Brazil: Order and Progress” was implemented by the illegitimate government...

Cultural HiJack: [Scholar’s Library]

On the same day, I read both the beginning of Beautiful Trouble by Andrew Boyd and a piece assigned by guest artist, Mandy Morrison. Beautiful...

Cultural HiJack: [The Cocoon]

For many, many weeks, the only question people would ask me was: “so, how’s the cocoon?” Admittedly, because of this, the cocoon felt successful before...

Cultural HiJack: Bathroom(s)

This project began very sensitive; I wanted to discuss sexual assault and harassment on campus, which is quite personal to me. I came at the...

Cultural HiJack: Library Graffiti

There are a number of different ways to navigate a library; the Dewey decimal system seems like an obvious universal method, if there’s a specific book...

Cultural HiJack: Invisible Histories

(Pictured above: Inspirational piece by Monica Canilao) Today our group brainstormed on-site, about how we could apply our role as “historians” to the area next...