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Shannon Mattern Published “Closet Archive”

Faculty member Shannon Mattern published “Closet Archive” (Places Journal), an essay on the history of the closet, where, for centuries, we’ve stored our dead media; made new media; incubated epiphanies, dreams, fears; and negotiated identities. The Paris Review featured the essay in its recommended reading.

Faculty Member Shannon Mattern Named AI Now Academic Council Member

Faculty Member Shannon Mattern was named to the Academic Council for AI Now, a research institute examining the social implications of artificial intelligence at New York University. The AI Now Institute is an interdisciplinary research center dedicated to understanding the social implications of artificial intelligence. The work

Faculty Member Shannon Matern Speaks at Penn, UCLA

Faculty Member Shannon Mattern presented “All Your Data Are Belong to Us: Quantifying the Human Condition,” as part of the Annenberg School for Communication’s Control Societies series, at the University of Pennsylvania, on October 23. She’ll be reprising the talk at UCLA on November 2.

Call for Teaching Award Nominations

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: TEACHING AWARDS Students, faculty, and staff are invited to nominate outstanding teachers for the Distinguished Teaching Award and for the Award for Outstanding Achievements in Social Justice Teaching. The Distinguished Teaching Award recognizes faculty across the university for excellence in teaching. The New School particularly values

Faculty Member Sumita Chakravarty is Invited to be Part of the Multi-Disciplinary Workshop, ObjectAmerica

Faculty member Sumita Chakravarty is invited to be part of the multi-disciplinary workshop, ObjectAmerica. For more information, click here. The Observational Practices Lab, Parsons, (co-directed by Pascal Glissmann and Selena Kimball) launches a multi-phase project and investigation, OBJECTAMERICA, to explore the idea of “America” through everyday objects.

Faculty Member Lauren Petty’s Upcoming Perfomance: Why Why Always

Don’t miss SMS & Parson’s Associate Teaching Professor Lauren Petty‘s upcoming performance Why Why Always at Abrons Arts Center from October 13-29! Conjuring a live cine-performance through the interplay of otherworldly video, music, sound and technology, Why Why Always is a sci-fi misadventure of secret agents and

Faculty Member Shannon Mattern Interviewed for Australian Newsletter + Participates in Two Local Events

Faculty Member Shannon Mattern was interviewed for In Wild Air, an Australian weekly arts and culture newsletter. Check it out at: http://mailchi.mp/315b058bfd0e/shannon-mattern-is-in-wild-air  She’ll also be contributing to two upcoming events: “Public Knowledge: Reimagining the Public Library” at Gensler Studio, New York, on September 28: A panel on panoramic

Faculty Member Shannon Mattern’s Recent Article Translated Into Three Languages; Talks at MIT and PSU

Shannon Mattern’s “A City Is Not a Computer,” which she published in February in Places Journal, has been translated and republished in Portuguese (for the activist organization Instituto Intersaber), German (for the Vienna-based dérive: Zeitschrift für Stadtforschung), and French (for the international newspaper Courrier International). She’ll also be presenting a talk,

Christiane Paul participates in a Panel at “A Becoming Resemblance”

Christiane Paul participates in a panel accompanying Heather Dewey-Hagborg’s and Chelsea Manning’s exhibition “A Becoming Resemblance” at Friedman Gallery, NYC, on 9/5  and in the Symposium “Beyond Grammatron: 20 Years Into the Future” at the British Computer Society, London, on 9/15. For more information click the links!

Faculty Member Mario Paoli Performance Dates

Faculty Member Mario Paoli Will be directing and performing an arrangement for phonograph, laptops+, nylon string guitar +, projected visuals+, and live analog and digital processing… with the Signal-To-Noise Ensemble in Trenton, NJ. With very special guests: Karl Fury: nylon string guitar and Jim Tuite: