Volumetric Cinema. Credit David Levine.
Volumetric Cinema2018 Mellon Faculty Grant Recipient
David Bowie's Blackstar performed by Maya Beiser with the Ambient Orchestra, 2017.
2018-19 MIT Sounding
Contemporary music with a global cast
The 2018–19 season of the innovative annual performance series MIT Sounding continues to blur musical boundaries. Curated by Evan Ziporyn, faculty director of the MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST), this season of MIT Sounding presents unique artists who push the envelope of their respective genres, creating new evolving music for the 21st century.
NERVOUS SYSTEM by Andrew Schneider. Alicia ayo Ohs and Andrew Schneider.
Andrew SchneiderInteractive media artist
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
Joel Fan. Courtesy of the artist.
Joel FanSoaring and virtuosic pianist
Adrienne Truscott. Credit: Allison Michael Orenstein. © 2018 Adrienne Truscott.
Adrienne TruscottGenre-straddling performance artist
Diemut Strebe. Courtesy of the artist.
Diemut StrebeHow to make a diamond disappear
Matthew Ritchie at the ICA, where the British-born, New York-based artist had an 18-month residency. Credit: Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe.
Matthew RitchieArtistic explorations of existence and scale
Karin Coonrod. Credit: Marina Levitskaya.
Karin CoonrodFar-reaching inventiveness
Thom Kubli with Black Hole Horizon, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Credit: Argeo Ascani.
Thom KubliExploring the boundaries of physical space and floating structures
Hussein ChalayanTransformable fashion
Ayesha Jordan performs Line by Line at MIT Building W97, Spring 2019. Credit Caroline Alden.
Ayesha Jordan and Justin HicksA hypnotic audiovisual journey through the inner life of “glamazon hip-hop icon” Shasta Geaux Pop
Lisa Dwan presents "A Body of Beckett" at MIT, 2019. Credit: Leon Yim.
Lisa Dwan"...an instrument of Beckett.” - The New York Times
Agnieszka Kurant. Photo: Janek Zamoyski.
Agnieszka KurantCreating art through emergence and collective intelligence
Jacob Collier. Courtesy of the artist.
Jacob Collier“Jazz music’s new messiah” —The Guardian
Hyphen-Labs, NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism Characters. Courtesy of the Artists.