The poster displays a collage of images displaying the suffering of those who have lost their homes. Below the collage are some of the North Americans I have chosen to highlight.
A recount of the tragic stories of Seneca Village and San Juan Hill: how two communities were stripped of their culture and identity.
We are now rediscovering the history of New York City’s past and understanding why it was once forgotten and ensure it never happens again.
This project examines how invasive species affect the biodiversity in NYC especially native plants!
Harmful Algae Blooms (HABS), an invasive species, have long since invaded many territories through their tenacity. Through this project, we visualize based on Dataset Reports and support this evidence.
As you are walking throughout New York City, you might come across European Starlings along the way. These species aren’t native to NYC, so what caused them to migrate here?
Pollination has been essential to our crops and plants worldwide. Our research focuses on the study of Bumblebees and Honeybees and how effective they are when it comes to pollination.
As robotic art experiences rapid improvement, our group has created a short story that expounds on the benefits of human created art and answers the question “what gives art value?”
“We had a vision of yellow and clean
with red hearts and lackadaisical dreams”
We examine an array of nation-sanctioned violence against minority groups in America through art, with pieces that depict noticeable, violence-induced absences and convey themes of delayed justice.