Technological advances have always influenced art.
In the Media
Ayesha Jordan and Justin Hicks have been collaborators for many years.
“Spider’s Canvas/Arachnodrone,” a sonic exploration of a spider’s web, is the result of a meeting of minds at MIT.
Now, British jazz prodigy/YouTube sensation Jacob Collier returns to MIT for a two-week residency and an extravagant musical blowout, timed to coincide with the release of his new album, “Djesse, Vol. 1.”
In a stuffy studio at MIT’s Media Lab, Jacob Collier and Ben Bloomberg are squeezed in front of a small desk flanked by big speakers.
The Twitter celebrity’s Laughing Room features a laugh track powered by artificial intelligence.
First, he wrote a book with Lin-Manuel Miranda. Next, an art exhibit in Cambridge that will tell you if you’re funny
Between moonlighting as a Twitter comedian, collaborating with “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda on a new book, and making appearances on late-night television, Jonny Sun somehow found time to create an interactive art installation that’s debuting in Cambridge this month.
What becomes a legend most?
“Oh, no! They swept her away!” exclaimed Tomás Saraceno, his eyes wide as he looked through a doorway at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris.
“La idea es actuar juntos en un sistema en devenir, siempre contingente y en permanente evolución, siguiendo various ritmos y trayectorias, para obtener un conjunto del universo”, explicó ayer en la vista guiada para la prensa internacional, junto con la … Continued
Everyone is familiar with MIT and the university’s reputation as a serious force in the world of science, tech, and research, but how many are aware of MIT’s legacy in the arts?
I first came across Pedro Reyes’s work while researching performance and social activism.
Gandelsman has been celebrated for playing a wide variety of music, from purely classical to the most inventive contemporary pieces.
It’s Noam Chomsky vs. Ayn Rand in a new show from multimedia artist Pedro Reyes — and just to be clear, it’s a comedy, and they’re puppets.
“Manufacturing Mischief,” which will have its premiere run on April 26 and 27 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, puts a mini-Chomsky onstage alongside Elon Musk, Ayn Rand and Karl Marx.
One of only a few African Americans to find success in classical music, violist Marcus Thompson has garnered critical acclaim since the start of his illustrious career.
“Mosque Manifesto” by artist Azra Akšamija is showing at The Anderson, the exhibition and program space for VCUarts, the School of the Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Virtual Reality isn’t a mere fad which will come and go – it is technology that will soon turn empirical experience on its head.
BAT OUT OF HELL, THE FERRYMAN, Andrew Garfield, Amber Riley & More Win Big at 2017 London Evening Standard Theatre Awards
Evening Standard Radio 2 Audience Award for Best Musical was presented to Bat Out of Hell.
Peek into the MIT Museum on Mass. Ave. in Cambridge, and you may glimpse a slightly odd scene: a group of people huddled together, wearing sci-fi-looking headsets.
As the fall semester draws to a close and — while avoiding studying for finals — you consider redecorating your sparse dorm room, try to think bigger than the usual arrangement of postcards, posters, and Polaroids.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has commissioned new public artworks by Olafur Eliasson and Nick Mauss, due to be unveiled in fall 2018.
Slip the straps of the eight-pound backpack over your shoulders, buckle it around your waist, and try not to tense up as an attendant tightens your virtual-reality headset.
Pianist Sarah Cahill offers a belated 80th birthday celebration for the composer that challenges conceptions about Minimalism.