Visual Arts senior Ay Marsh presents CY CLE, a multimedia art exhibition focused on the inherent need to create trash in order to live a modern life and, especially, to succeed in higher education and the professional sphere. This piece focuses both on the harm caused to natural systems through the production of trash within, as well as the (often self-inflicted) harm done to those trying to live without creating it.

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  • Program in Visual Arts