Join Darian Razdar, RC graduate in the class of 2018, and Clem Turner, BFA graduate in the class of 2018, as they present their collaborative thesis project, "Locating Belleville", in the RC Gallery for 4 days in the month of May. This pop-up gallery exhibits first-hand research conducted by Darian in Belleville--a working-class and immigrant neighborhood in northeastern Paris. Belleville is a space of immense complexity; the words migration, gentrification, activism, community, diversity, and struggle just begin to characterize Belleville. Clem Turner turns Darian Razdar's thesis research and analysis into an interactive experience via audiovisual technology & installation. Come to immerse yourself in Belleville, Paris's most singular neighborhood.

Friday May 4 : Opening reception from 4-6pm
Friday May 11 : Artist Talk with Darian - Curating & Art as Research, 4-5pm
Friday May 18 : Discussion - Neighborhood Activism & Translocal Solidarity, 4-5pm
Thursday May 24 : Artist Talk with Clem - Installation Technologies, 4-5pm
Hours: noon-5

East Quad Gallery Address: 701 East University Ave, Ann Arbor, MIĀ 
Entrance: North doorway on East Quad's East University side
Free and open to the public/all ages

Clem Turner ( is a BFA graduate in the Performance Arts & Technology Class of 2018.
Darian Razdar ( is a BA graduate in the Social Theory & Practice and French & Francophone Studies Class of 2018.