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Academics – Art, Culture, And Technology (ACT)

Courses are taught by renowned practicing artists working in an international arena. The program offers a variety of advanced and introductory courses to the MIT graduate students and undergraduates, as well as courses tailored to undergraduates majoring in architecture.

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Animation – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

Courses → Animation. Animation 4.s33. Instructor TBD Units 3-0-6 u, 3-0-3 or 3-0-6 g Lab Fee $ 75 Credit hass-a Schedule Th 7pm-10pm Location e15-095. THIS CLASS IS CANCELLED FOR SPRING 2020. Instructor: TBD. Introduction to animation. This course will include storyboarding, stop-motion, Claymation, cell animation, and 2-D or 3-D computer

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Undergraduate – Art, Culture, And Technology (ACT)

Undergraduate. ACT offers a diverse range of subjects, from courses exploring media that include photography, video, and sound, to examinations of cinema, public art, and the intersections of art and culture in the public sphere. Students looking to explore ACT offerings start by taking either Introduction to Artistic Experimentation (4.301) or

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Art, Culture And Technology Studio – MIT Program In Art

Courses → Art, Culture and Technology Studio. Art, Culture and Technology Studio 4.390. Instructor Judith Barry TA Emily Watlington Schedule MF 2-5 Location e15-001. Open to …

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Art, Culture, And Technology (ACT)

Embedded within MIT’s experimental culture, our community of international arts professionals explores art’s transformative impact in the immediate world, thus complementing and updating our longstanding legacy of technological research. → Mission. Apply to ACT.

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Introduction To Artistic Experimentation: Bootlegs

Courses → Introduction to Artistic Experimentation: Bootlegs & Bastards. Introduction to Artistic Experimentation: Bootlegs & Bastards 4.301. Instructor Marisa Jahn Units 3-3-6 Credit u Schedule TR 2-5 Location E15-283a (hybrid) This course is an introduction to artistic practice and critical visual thinking. Through hands-on and maker

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Admissions – Art, Culture, And Technology (ACT)

Courses → Academics . History → About . Admissions Resource Videos → Admissions . Art, Culture, and Technology Program School of Architecture + Planning Massachusetts Institute of Technology 77 Massachusetts Ave Building E15-211 Cambridge, MA 02139-4307. Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube

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About – Art, Culture, And Technology (ACT)

Advanced courses related to specific media and topics are offered as electives for both undergraduate and graduate students. ACT studio courses are complemented by practical workshops and discussions in theory and criticism, often provided by fellows and visitors to the program.

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Facilities – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

The Program in Art, Culture and Technology has a variety of tools available to ACT graduate students, students taking ACT classes, and to ACT Faculty, Fellows, and Affiliates. Equipment may only be used by students currently enrolled in ACT classes. Available equipment includes photographic and video cameras and lighting equipment.

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Jose Rivera – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

Research & Courses. Introduction to Sound Creations: Kinetic Speakers and Sonic Commons. 4.320/1 . People. Gediminas Urbonas → Professors . Related. PAW | 10 Actions at ICA Boston. October 21–December 3 . Art, Culture, and Technology Program School of Architecture + Planning

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Center For Advanced Visual Studies, Massachusetts

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Angel Chen – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

Angel Chen is a visual artist whose projects are based in long-term engagements with complex systems. Her works manifest and narrate the process of engagement using a combination of video, installation, publication, workshop, and performance. The engagements take the form of inserting a certain something (a conversational prompt, a task, an

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4.s33 Orthographies: New Kinds Of Drawings And New Kinds

Instructor: Lucy Siyao Liu. TA: TBD. How many ways can you draw a circle? Or a field of grass? Or a cloud? Or a barbell? In this course, we will be looking at, talking about, and making, all kinds of drawings.

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Degree Requirements – MIT Program In Art, Culture And

Art, Culture, and Technology Program School of Architecture + Planning Massachusetts Institute of Technology 77 Massachusetts Ave Building E15-211

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Zach Jama – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

Zach Jama is a documentary filmmaker and engineer. He studied his BASc in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo in Canada and his MFA in Cinematic Arts in Jordan.

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ACT Thesis Preparation – MIT Program In Art, Culture And

Courses → ACT Thesis Preparation. ACT Thesis Preparation 4.389. Instructor Mario Caro Units 3-0-6 Credit G Schedule F10-12 Location E15-207. Includes regular presentations of students’ writing in group critiques. Supports independent thesis research and thesis project by providing guidance in methodology supplemented by regular

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Erin Genia – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

Erin Genia (Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate) is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice follows various strands, merging cultural imperatives, pure expression, and exploration of materiality, with a response to past, present, and future matters. Erin is concerned with creating a powerful presence of Indigeneity in the arts and sciences to invoke an evolution of thought and practice in societal

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Thesis Preparation – Art, Culture, And Technology (ACT)

Courses → Thesis Preparation. Thesis Preparation 4.388. Instructor Mario Caro Units g 3-0-6 Credit G Schedule F 730-9 Location E15-207. Provides assistance to students as they select a thesis topic, develop a method of approach, prepare a proposal, and develop an outline for their thesis. Explores artistic practice as method of critical

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Yusef Audeh – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

Yusef Audeh is an artist whose work spans narrative, architecture, new media and philosophy. His work investigates systems of knowledge and language that are encapsulated within machines, revealing how their form manifests certain ideas about the physical and symbolic world. He has exhibited at Townhouse Gallery, Cairo (2013), Red Bull Studios

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Faculty Positions

The successful candidate will teach introductory and advanced foundational courses in contemporary art. (Lecturer Job Description) MIT ACT currently has two openings for Spring 2020 lecturers, one in video and one in animation. MIT is building a culturally diverse faculty and strongly encourages applications from women and minority candidates.

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Gediminas Urbonas – MIT Program In Art, Culture And

Gediminas Urbonas is artist, educator, researcher and co-founder of US: Urbonas Studio (together with Nomeda Urbonas), an interdisciplinary research practice that facilitates exchange amongst diverse nodes of knowledge production and artistic practice in pursuit of projects that transform civic spaces and collective imaginaries.

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Art, Culture And Technology Studio – MIT Program In Art

Courses → Art, Culture and Technology Studio. Art, Culture and Technology Studio 4.390. Instructor Judith Barry & Renée Green TA Ammar Ahmed Schedule MF 2pm-5pm Location e15-001. Open to ACT graduate students only.

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4.341/2 Introduction To Photography And Related Media

Instructor: Lara Baladi. TA: Luíza Bastos Lages. Through readings, projects, lectures, workshops by guest lecturers, group discussions and field trips, this course introduces students to the history of photography and the use of images in contemporary art practices.

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Lisa Crafts – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

Research & Courses. Animation. 4.s32 . Animation. 4.s33 . Related. Course Spotlight – 4.s32 | Animation (Spring 2021) Academics. Art, Culture, and Technology Program School of Architecture + Planning Massachusetts Institute of Technology 77 Massachusetts Ave Building E15-211 Cambridge, MA 02139-4307. Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube

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Course Spotlight – 4.s34 Artistic Methodologies: Art

Challenging the contemporary conditions and the urgent need for a transdisciplinary dialogue, this course provides the methodology and tools for creating the art that deals with the topics of science, uses scientific data and technologies to create new aesthetic experiences.

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Advanced Workshop In Artistic Practice And

Courses → Advanced Workshop in Artistic Practice and Transdisciplinary Research: Interspecies Ecologies. Advanced Workshop in Artistic Practice and Transdisciplinary Research: Interspecies Ecologies 4.314/4.315. Instructor Gediminas Urbonas TA Luiza Bastos Lagos Lab Fee $ 75 Credit 3-3-6 ug, 3-3-3/3-3-6 g Schedule

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Judith Barry – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology

Judith Barry is an artist and writer whose research-based practice combines multiple disciplines and forms of artistic production to question technologies of representation. These include cinema/media, exhibition design, performance, architecture, sculpture, and photography. Her background in film history and critical theory, architecture and

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Marisa Morán Jahn – MIT Program In Art, Culture And

She has taught courses on art, creative technology, civic media, and storytelling at The New School, Columbia University, and across departments at her alma mater, MIT. Selected Works & Projects Marisa Morán Jahn | Cabaret

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Visual Arts Program – Art, Culture, And Technology (ACT)

The MIT Visual Arts Program was created in 1989 in the Department of Architecture by Professor Ed Levine. Its initial impetus was to provide instruction in the arts to MIT undergraduates as well as to provide courses for graduate students from the Department of Architecture.

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Synchronizations Of Senses: What Can Be Made

Using The Film Sense, written by film director Sergei Eisenstein as a prompt, the intention of this course is to create space for experimentation and exploratory discussion and productions via aesthetic inquiry into perceptions of all senses.

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Perry Bard – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

Art, Culture, and Technology Program School of Architecture + Planning Massachusetts Institute of Technology 77 Massachusetts Ave Building E15-211

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Krzysztof Wodiczko – MIT Program In Art, Culture And

Krzysztof Wodiczko (born 1943, Warsaw, Poland) has been creating site-specific slide and video projections both within galleries and using architectural facades and monuments as backdrops for nearly thirty years. These politically-charged works of art, which have been shown in over a dozen countries around the world, speak to issues of human

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Nida Sinnokrot – MIT Program In Art, Culture And

Nida Sinnokrot received his BA from the University of Texas at Austin and an MFA from Bard College. In 2001 he participated the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program. Nida is a Rockefeller Foundation Media Arts Fellow (2002) and a Fellow of Akademie Schloss Solitude (2012-15) and has received support from the Merz Akademie

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Tutorial For SMACT Thesis – MIT Program In Art, Culture

Courses → Tutorial for SMACT Thesis. Tutorial for SMACT Thesis 4.389. Instructor Mario Caro Credit g 3-0-6 Schedule F 10:30am–12:30pm Location e15-207. Open to second-year ACT graduate students only. Includes regular presentations of students’ writing in group critiques. Supports independent thesis research and thesis project by

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Lars Bang Larsen – Art, Culture, And Technology (ACT)

Profile. Curator Lars Bang Larsen is a writer and art historian whose work has focused on cybernetics and psychedelia. He was recently a co-curator of the 2016 São Paulo Bienal. His catalogue essays—including One Proton at a Time: Art’s Psychedelic Connections for a 2013 London exhibition, and Never Was a Whole: Linking the Precarities for

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Andy Graydon – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology

Research & Courses. Introduction to Video and Related Media. 4.354/4.355 . Advanced Video and Related Media. 4.352/4.353 . Art, Culture, and Technology Program School of Architecture + Planning Massachusetts Institute of Technology 77 Massachusetts Ave Building E15-211 Cambridge, MA 02139-4307. Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube

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4.341/2 Introduction To Photography And Related Media: A

home > academic program > courses > fall 2019 > 4 3412 introduction to photography and r 4.341/2 | Introduction to Photography and Related Media: A Visual Diary. Instructor: Jesal Kapadia. TA: Nancy Valladeres. Even a fragment, a small detail, a condensation of infinity of levels…can open up an enormous quantity of worlds.

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Lara Baladi – Art, Culture, And Technology (ACT)

Research & Courses. Advanced Photography and Related Media. 4.344/5 . Introduction to Photography and Related Media. 4.341/2 . Advanced Photography and Related Media. 4.344/5 . Introduction to Photography and Related Media. 4.341/2 . Advanced Photography and Related Media. 4.344/5

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Introduction To Three-dimensional Artwork – MIT Program In

Courses → Introduction to Three-dimensional Artwork. Introduction to Three-dimensional Artwork 4.322/3. Instructor Tobias Putrih TA TBD Units 3-3-3 or 3-3-6 Lab Fee $75 Credit U/G Schedule MW 930-1230 Location E15-001. Explores three-dimensional art work, including sculptures and installations, from design to model to finished piece

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Mario A. Caro – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology

Dr. Mario A. Caro is a researcher, curator, and critic of art who has published widely on the history, theory, and criticism of contemporary Indigenous arts. He has taught graduate courses at Indiana University and New York University.

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Katarina Burin – MIT Program In Art, Culture And

Katarina Burin is an artist based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Burin’s artwork includes sculpture, drawing, text, and installation. Katarina has recently received a Now+There Public Art grant, a Graham Foundation grant, and was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.

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Faculty – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

Art, Culture, and Technology Program School of Architecture + Planning Massachusetts Institute of Technology 77 Massachusetts Ave Building E15-211

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Lucy Siyao Liu – MIT Program In Art, Culture And

Lucy Siyao Liu is a designer working on evolving representation techniques for cultural production. Her work addresses contestations and disjunctions that occur in imaging technologies, with an emphasis on exploring systems of nature through experimental drawings and animations.

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Constantin Petcou And Doina Petrescu – MIT Program In Art

Constantin Petcou is a Paris-based architect whose work stresses the intersection between architecture, urbanism, service design and semiotics. He is co-founder together with Doina Petrescu of atelier d’architecture autogérée (aaa), a professional organization which conducts actions and research on participatory urbanism and architecture which involve local residents in self-managing

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Ryan Aasen – MIT Program In Art, Culture And Technology (ACT)

Ryan Aasen is an artist, photographer, researcher, and educator broadly interested in the politics of consumer technologies–particularly around ideas of privacy, media, and class structure. He was an MIT Transmedia Storytelling Initiative fellow, a Northern Lights.mn Art(ists) on the Verge fellow, and his work has been exhibited internationally.

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Faruk Šabanović – MIT Program In Art, Culture And

Faruk Sabanovic is an artist, animator, and filmmaker who combines generative art, software development, traditional and computer animation with live-action film, installation, and theatre. Faruk’s work embodies a rare combination of technical proficiency and artistic vision that made him a valuable member in many international productions.

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About act.mit.edu courses

Courses Fall 2021. 4.301. Introduction to Artistic Experimentation: Bootlegs & Bastards. Marisa Moran Jahn. 4.307/8. Art, Architecture and Urbanism in Dialogue. Azra Aksamija. 4.322/3. Introduction to Three-dimensional Artwork. Tobias Putrih. 4.341/2. Introduction to Photography and Related Media.

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