A system developed by CSAIL researchers that creates 3-D motion sculptures based off of 2-D video could help dancers and athletes learn more about how they move.
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Arnold Schoenberg fled the darkness and despair of Hitler’s Europe for 1930s Hollywood—a bold new world of golden sunshine and camera-ready beauty.
Bio-architecture Formosana (BAF) and Carlo Ratti Architects have won the international competition for the Southern branch of the Taiwan National Library and Repository in Tainan, Taiwan.
In November 1969, six tiny pieces of art hitched a ride to the moon.
Maya Beiser and Evan Ziporyn Embark on a U.S. Tour with Ziporyn’s Ambient Orchestra Performing Bowie Symphonic: Blackstar
This fall, cello soloist Maya Beiser and composer/conductor Evan Ziporyn embark on a U.S. tour with Ziporyn’s Ambient Orchestra.
The New York Philharmonic’s declaration of its new-music bona fides this season is so emphatic, it’s being delivered with megaphones.
Today we’d like to introduce you to Nicole L’Huillier.
No stranger to blending technology with the opera stage, composer and academic head of MIT’s Media Lab Tod Machover tackles an unlikely history this fall in the world premiere of “Schoenberg in Hollywood.”
Though women have auditioned before, Quinn Brodsky ’22 first to be accepted
The cover of the September – October issue of Flash Art portrays Tony Conrad, an avant-garde filmmaker, pioneering musician, artist, theorist, philosopher, committed teacher, and activist.
The work of MIT professor Neri Oxman straddles art and science.
“Schoenberg in Hollywood,” a work by Boston-based composer Tod Machover, will receive its world premiere Nov. 14 at Emerson College’s Paramount Center.
After being accepted to one of the world’s top universities, students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston are treated with a dorm featuring a two-story gym, multipurpose theatre rooms, and — most famously — a giant ball pit.
An underwater photographer had an unforgettable encounter with a great white shark off the coast of Massachusetts.
Kimberly Huestis creates porcelain jewelry inspired by the ocean.
Opening October 2018 at the MIT Museum, “Lighter, Stronger, Faster” spotlights the revolutionary design of Rhode Island’s Herreshoff boats.
Though Venice has been the home of the eponymous Biennale since 1895 and the site of Western trade since roughly 400 AD, its longer history as a swamp is often overlooked.
Carissa Rodriguez’s exhibition The Maid is currently on view at the MIT List Visual Arts Center.
It could be a dream for music sampling as MIT reveal their new tech capable of finding and editing individual instruments from tracks.
Agnieszka Kurant, Assembly Line, 2017, which was created during her CAST residency at MIT was featured in an article about artists creating work in the theme of “post-performance future.”
Carissa Rodriguez’s newest film, “The Maid,” is currently on view at the MIT List Visual Arts Center.
With 88 keys and hundreds of internal strings, a standard piano produces a slew of unique sounds and tones.
An exhibition of the work of New York-based artist Gordon Hall was on view at List Projects at the MIT’s List Visual Arts Center.
Jonas is well known for her performances and video installations that focus on the relationship between viewers’ bodies and various surfaces, such as screens and mirrors.