All of the artists and artist collectives whose work was presented in the Voices and Visions Media Exhibition occupy a complex place between the art world, activism, and social practice.
Their work presents actionable strategies to achieve Imagining America’s ambitious vision of an enriched civic life, facilitated by publicly engaged artists, designers, scholars, and other community members working with institutions of higher education.
He is interested in articulating conceptual ideas regarding our society into thought-provoking critical language using a combination of documentary and fine arts practices.
His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally.
The chances of survival increase from that point onwards and the proportion of complications gradually decreases as the gestational age rises.
Indeed, babies at 26 weeks, despite being very high-risk, are considered viable and are a benchmark group for comparing the results from the other gestational ages.
She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally.
The results show that survival under 23 weeks is ‘exceptional’, although other factors such as birth weight and sex also have an influence.The results show that the precise survival rates by gestational age were 12..5%; 13.1%; 36.9%; 55.7% and 71.9% at 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 weeks, respectively.Survival with no serious intracranial haemorrhage, periventricular leukomalacia (damage to the brain's white matter close to the ventricles), bronchopulmonary dysplasia (chronic lung disease) or retinopathy of prematurity (abnormal development of the blood vessels in the retina) stood at 1.5%; 9.5%; 19.0% and 29.9% at 23, 24, 25 and 26 weeks, respectively.Bill Aguado was the Executive Director of the Bronx Council on the Arts, 1981–2009.His accomplishments were many over the years as the influential force behind many of BCA’s more successful and noteworthy programs."Survival with no serious illness in newborns under 23 weeks is exceptional, and very low in newborns of 23 and 24 weeks," the doctor pointed out."Newborns of 25 weeks or more have a reasonable chance of survival and, in the absence of major malformations, they should be given active resuscitation and intensive care." Other relevant factors The group of authors will shortly publish another study which analyses other factors that may have an influence on the survival of these babies, in addition to gestational age.She holds a BA in Cultural Studies and Philosophy from Eugene Lang College and a BFA in Studio Art from Parsons School of Design.Hatuey Ramos-Fermín is an educator, multimedia artist and curator who uses photography, video, installation, graphics, performance, interventions, maps, audio, collaborations, social and curatorial practices to creatively investigate issues related to urban spaces."Birth weight -the higher, the better-, sex -girls develop a little better than boys-, whether or not the mother was given corticoids before giving birth to help to develop the baby's lungs and single fetuses compared to multiple pregnancies are very important factors as they all increase the chances of survival," García-Muñoz Rodrigo underlined.The expert concluded by saying that medicine is not an exact science and that every birth must be treated on an individual case-by-case basis.