How We See Stewardship
Who Takes Care of New York - Curator Walk-through & Panel
Sep 21 2019
As part of the Community Partnership Exhibition Who Takes Care of New York?, please join us on Saturday, Sept.21 for a Curator Walk-through of the exhibition and a panel on How We See Stewardship?
12:30-1:30pm: Curator Walk-through
Lindsay K. Campbell, Research Social Scientist with the USDA Forest Service will lead a tour of the exhibition Who Takes Care of New York.
Tour meets in the Community Partnership Gallery on the 2nd Floor of Queens Museum. RSVP here!
2-4pm: Panel: How We See Stewardship
Location: Queens Museum Auditorium, 2nd floor
Moderated by Lindsay Campbell (USDA Forest Service), Panelists Magali Duzant, Pamela Pettyjohn, Can Sucuoğlu, Erika Svendsen
Artists, scientists, and designers alike have brought Who Takes Care of New York to life by using the power of visualization to allow us to see stewardship and celebrate those who take care of our city. From the technical to the tactical, we will explore the various strategies employed by these practitioners. Join us for a discussion on the power of images, data visualization, and storytelling to communicate the important role that stewards play in caring for and shaping our city. RSVP here!
Dr. Lindsay K. Campbell is a research social scientist with the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station – NYC Urban Field Station. Her research explores the dynamics of urban politics, natural resource stewardship, and sustainability policymaking. She is joint PI of STEW-MAP, which maps the social networks and spatial turf of environmental stewardship groups. Lindsay also helps lead the Science of the Living City program for the Urban Field Station, including the artists in residence program. Dr. Campbell holds a BA in Public Policy from Princeton University, a Masters in City Planning from MIT, and a PhD in Geography from Rutgers University.
Magali Duzant is an interdisciplinary artist based in NY. Her work spans photography, books, installation, and text. In collaborative and participatory approaches to projects, she couples research-based practices with a poetic knack for capturing where public and private experiences converge. Recent exhibitions include the 2018 Mardin Biennial in Turkey, Melbourne’s Centre for Contemporary Photography, Little Berlin, and RedLine Center for Contemporary Art in Denver, amongst others. She has created commissioned work for Artists Alliance Inc with Bike NY, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and the Ace Hotel London. She has published three artist books, I Looked & Looked, Light Blue Desire : A Manual for the Color Blue, and the soon to be released, The Moon & Stars Can Be Yours. She holds a BHA from Carnegie Mellon University and an MFA in Photography from Parsons School of Design.
Can Sucuoglu graduated from Yıldız Technical University in 2005 and completed his M. Arch degree at Southern California Institute of Architecture (Sci-Arc) in 2007. From 2007 to 2010 Can worked at JPS in Los Angeles, specializing in digital design and manufacturing techniques. Can continued his career as a design coordinator at Warsaw’s 2nd Metro Line in Poland and became a partner at İyiofis in 2011. In 2016 Can co-founded Bits ’n Bricks Research Group focusing on data-based design consultancy services exploring the intersection of emerging digital technologies, analytical methods and design . He currently serves as the interim director at Spatial Analytics and Visualization Initiative in Pratt Institute.
Dr. Erika Svendsen is a social scientist with the USDA Forest Service. Erika is a leader in the field of environmental stewardship as it relates to community development, governance, and human well-being. She is the co-Director of the New York City urban field station, a special partnership between the Forest Service, NYC Parks and several NGOs and academic institutions. The field station is part of a growing network of cities and agencies working to advance research, cultivate ideas, and foster collaboration among scientists and practitioners. Erika is co-author of the book, How Planting Trees Strengthens the Roots of Democracy. She has received the USFS Chief’s Award for engaging urban America and an Early Career Scientist Award recognizing her co-development of STEW-MAP, a sustainability tool for assessing and visualizing the contributions of civic stewardship groups. Erika is also the former director of NYC Parks’ GreenThumb program from 1997-2001.