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
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
Water Wars: Episode 2, The Eternal Swamp. Illustration by Sarnath Banerjee
Water WarsDemystifying social science through creative storytelling
Volumetric Cinema. Credit David Levine.
Volumetric Cinema2018 Mellon Faculty Grant Recipient
Informal development in the northern peripheries of Mumbai, India, 2015. Credit: Matthew Niederhauser, John Fitzgerald, and the MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism
John Fitzgerald and Matthew NiederhauserCapturing the pace and process of global suburbanization
Bill Viola, Five Angels for the New Millennium, 2001. Credit: Kira Perov.
Bill ViolaInstrumental in establishing video as a vital medium of contemporary art
Image: Vik Muniz at MIT. Credit: L. Barry Hetherington.
Vik MunizShifts in scale, photographic manipulation, and unexpected materials
Keith Ellenbogen, Photograph of the artist. Image courtesy of the artist.
Keith EllenbogenUsing ultra high-speed cameras to showcase underwater worlds in exquisite detail.
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.”
Katerina Cizek, Courtesy of the artist
Katerina CizekPioneer in participatory and interactive documentary production
October 2-4, 2013
Trevor Paglen, Courtesy of the Artist