Join us for an exciting evening with Ai Weiwei, one of the leading cultural figures of our time, recognized for the influence and profound social impact of his work across a variety of media. On October 12th, Public Art Fund will present a timely new
MA Media Studies Alumna Diana Khong, alongside Parsons Photography Program alumni Fan Chen, Therese Ohrvall, Jessica Richmond, and Communication Design student Whitney Badge showcase their work in the Saint Petersburg exhibition The Threads That Bind. The exhibition was curated by Photography faculty member Thomas Werner and it is on view
Design for the Displaced Thursday, September 7, 2017 | 6:30 to 8 pm The Theater at MAD $10 General Admission / $5 Members and Students Join us on September 7 at 6:30 pm for a panel discussion with artists and designers Alaa Balkhy, Rima Massasati, Sara Rahbar, and Céline
About Rachel Frank uses sculpture, video, and performance to explore the tensions between the natural world and the human-made, the animal and the political, and the past and the present. Themes of environmentalism and social justice are examined through narratives focused on memory, natural history,
Thursdays with Kathleen McDermott Kathleen McDermott combines craft and sculpture techniques with open-source electronic experiments to build video-based narratives of a strange future. While at MAD, McDermott will explore the relationship between robots and protest. About Kathleen McDermott combines craft and sculpture techniques with open-source
About the Exhibition Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound is a multi-component exhibition featuring interactive installations, immersive environments, and performing objects that explore how the ephemeral and abstract nature of sound is made material. At a time when so much visual information is being dispatched,
Dean Anne Balsamo Presents at Pera Museum, Istanbul.
Anne Balsamo visits Turkey as keynote speaker for the Cloud and Molecular Aesthetics Conference – The Third International Conference on Transdisciplinary Imaging at the Intersections of Art, Science and Culture: http://ocradst.org/cloudandmolecularaesthetics/
The Public Private, an exhibition curated by Christiane Paul, is running now through April 17th. The Public Private will be the first New York exhibition of contemporary art to explore the impact of social media and new technologies on the relationship between the public and
Between Art and Architecture: Oscar Tuazon Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 6:30–8:00 p.m. The New School, Tishman Auditorium 66 West 12th Street $10 single talk; $20 series (3 talks); free to all students with valid ID Tickets may be purchased on the day of each talk
Jessica Feldman has collaborated with designer Steven Gertner on a new installation in Petrosino Square in Soho, NY – open and on display October-November 2012. The Glass Sea is an architectural installation with looping video, audio, and texts detailing the schedules and lives of inmates
Christiane Paul will be delivering three lectures this month. On October 11, she gave a talk for the Departments of Art History and Kinetic Imaging and the Media Art & Text program at Virginia Commonwealth University. Next on October 16, she’ll be presenting at the
Christiane Paul will be giving a keynote address at the Possible Futures symposium on emergent themes in the field of preservation of artistic and cultural heritage in Sao Paulo next week. From their site: “Possible Futures proposes a debate on emergent themes in the field
Christiane Paul will be giving two talks next week in Russia. One will be at the symposium for the 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial and the other at the Ural Federal University (both in Yekaterinburg).
Jessica Feldman’s work will be shown in Socrates Sculpture Park’s 2012 Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition, September 9, 2012 through March 31, 2013. The show is the culmination of a residency and fellowship awarded to 15 young artists in NYC to make outdoor, public works for this
Shannon Mattern published two more articles! “Data Case,” which examines the material forms of data — the objects that contain it, the “exoskeletons” it creates for itself, etc. — was recently published in the “Data Space” issue of design journal CLOG, which features articles on