On View
Dec 6, 2007–Dec 12, 2007

A student exhibition exploring the contemporary  politics of beauty, race, and representation,  Consuming Racialized Beauty provocatively  asked how the gendered and raced body is defined, disciplined, classified and ultimately  consumed as ugly/beautiful or un/desirable by  diverse publics.

More than 15 works, ranging in  techniques from jewelry making to performance  to digital art, examined the relationships between  race, gender, sexuality and popular culture.