UPAerial Credit: Pilobolus
Chuck HobermanWith Hoberman, MIT students invent new transformable mechanisms
Eric Singer. Credit: Elizabeth Keating.
Eric SingerA leading expert in the use of sensors and robotics in multimedia systems
Victor Gama. Credit: Najib Nafib.
Victor GamaVictor Gama’s work addresses the relationship between instrument building and music composition, while using new technologies and the creative practices of Africa and the Diaspora.
Julia Ogryzidiak, Okeanos, 2012. Credit: RJ Muna
Julia OgrydziakCreating experiential art works and performances that draw from architecture, art, electronic music, science, nature, and more
Andy Cavatorta. Image courtesy of the artist.
Andy CavatortaThrough the design of such complex and experimental instruments, Andy Cavatorta explores the ways in which we create meaning through sound.
Don Byron at MIT. Credit: L. Barry Hetherington.
Don ByronLegendary clarinetist and composer forging what he calls "a sound above genre"
Mel Chin and Rick LoweExploring the complexities of building healthy communities through art and activism
Guilherme Marcondes. Image Courtesy of the Artist
Guilherme MarcondesGuilherme Marcondes makes captivating films and animations that probe the relationship between humans and our constructed environment.
John Akomfrah and Lina Gopaul. Credit: L. Barry Hetherington
John Akomfrah and Lina GopaulThe films of John Akomfrah and Lina Gopaul, founders of the influential Black Audio Film Collective, are the catalyst for an exploration of the overarching theme of “cinematic migrations.”
Tomás Saraceno, Biosphere MW32/Flying Garden/Air-Port-City, 2007. Courtesy: Tomás Saraceno. Credit: Rokma.
Tomás SaracenoInflatable and airborne biospheres that expand our thermodynamic imagination
REVERBERATIONS September 25, 2014 MIT Museum SENSING September 27, 2014 2:00 – 5:00 pm Media Lab, MIT Building E14-674