Testbeds Pilot Project, The Garden by the Bay Community Garden in Edgemere, Queens.
All CAST Projects
Dream Hotel, AI sketches. Image credit: Alejandro Medina.
Dream HotelIncubating future dreamscapes
Jackson 2bears Leween. Courtesy of the artist.
Ne:Kahwistará:ken Kanónhsa’kówa í:se OnkwehonweAddressing questions of identity, the body, heritage, ancestry, and technology from an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural perspective
Dancer Marcus McGregor in Dan Safer's History of Empires. Credit Christopher L. Hicken.
The History of EmpiresCheerfully nihilistic dance/theater by the iconoclastic Witness Relocation/Dan Safer
Topdara Stupa, Parwan, Afghanistan. Point-cloud by Nikolaos Vlavianos, On-site data collection Moby Group.
Ways of Seeing: Documenting Endangered Built Heritage in AfghanistanGenerating digital twins to document endangered heritage sites in Afghanistan
Kazuko Ishii and a black telephone, TeleAbsence. Image courtesy of Hiroshi Ishii.
TeleAbsenceAddressing the vast emotional distance caused by the loss of a loved one
Map courtesy of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.
Native America: The Choctaw Music of Charles ShadleCapturing contemporary classical music by a living Choctaw composer
Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and BabbageA punk-rock mentality breathes new life into a 350-year-old art form
Ken Urban's The Conquered. Courtesy of the artist.
The ConqueredA new multimedia theater piece inspired by innovations in neurotechnology
The Deep Time Project. Courtesy of Cristina Parreño Alonso.
The Deep Time ProjectReframing current global challenges from the deep (planetary) and shallow (human) timescales
Be Aware of Droplets and Bubbles, by Lydia Bourouiba and Argha Manna.
A Paradigm Shift in Infectious DiseasesCritical role of paradigm shifts in science illustrated through respiratory infectious disease transmission
Exhibition opening reception, credit Heidi Erickson.
Machine Learning and the ArtsExploring the creative potential of emerging digital technologies
In Search of the Buried River. At the heart of the story is Mill Creek, a river that was buried in a sewer, and a West Philadelphia neighborhood that bears its name. Credit: Melissa Isidor
Claiming the FutureWhat does it mean for research to be racially just and restorative?
Dancers of the Oakland Ballet Company perform at the Dancing Moons Festival at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center in Oakland, California, Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022.
Ballet des PorcelainesA story of magic, desire, and exotic entanglement
Southeast Chicago Archive and Storytelling Project. Image courtesy of the artist.
Southeast Chicago Archive and Storytelling ProjectHistory is made through the objects we save and the stories we tell about them
DesignEarth's Climate Inheritance, 2021. Courtesy of the artists.
Climate InheritanceWorld Heritage at Risk
Two Mobility Futures, 2022, MIT. Courtesy of the artists.
Two Mobility Futures 0∞Divergent futures where humans move constantly, or not at all
The Hammer and the Feather is an immersive audio and visual installation, developed at MIT by technical instructor Christian Frederickson and visual artist and filmmaker Greg King. Bridging humanistic and scientific inquiry, the piece uses gravity as a poetic and conceptual departure point for musical, visual, and sonic material. Photo by Danny Goldfield https://bit.ly/3a8YjxW Please ask before use
The Hammer and the FeatherExploring the sonic poetry of gravity
Queer-Feminist-Antiracism Future and Design for the Future cotaught by Danielle Wood (top left) and J. Austin Eyer (bottom right) with guest artists Jennifer Harrison Newman (center top) and Paul Lieber (bottom center).
Queer-Feminist-Antiracism and Design for the FutureExploring dynamics of intersectional identities in complex systems and theater
Water Wars: Episode 2, The Eternal Swamp. Illustration by Sarnath Banerjee