Dream Hotel, AI sketches. Image credit: Alejandro Medina.
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
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
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
DesignEarth's Climate Inheritance, 2021. Courtesy of the artists.
Climate InheritanceWorld Heritage at Risk
Water Wars: Episode 2, The Eternal Swamp. Illustration by Sarnath Banerjee
Water WarsDemystifying social science through creative storytelling
Rendering for See Us Seesaw Together. Credit: Ana Miljacki and the Critical Broadcasting Lab.
See Us Seesaw TogetherKinetic connection at a physical distance
Rosa Colón Guerra. Courtesy of the artist.
Rosa Colón GuerraChallenging colonialist narratives through board games
Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) Website, 2015, designed and engineered by NODE/Bengler. Photo: NODE/Bengler.
On the RecordCreating new shared territories for discursive and collaborative practices
Chuck HobermanWith Hoberman, MIT students invent new transformable mechanisms
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
Arthur Ganson, Gestural Engineering. Credit: Joshi Radin.
Arthur GansonKinetic sculptor Arthur Ganson creates machines at once whimsical and philosophical
Anne Lilly. Courtesy of the Artist
Anne LillyAnne Lilly’s sensuous and interactive sculptures connect physical realities with the interior world of the mind.
Image: Vik Muniz at MIT. Credit: L. Barry Hetherington.
Vik MunizShifts in scale, photographic manipulation, and unexpected materials
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.
Scanner and Stephen Vitiello. Credit: Meg Rotzel
Scanner and Stephen VitielloSonic investigations into bodily experience and spatial practice
"Grabbing at Newer Vegetables," Anicka Yi, The Kitchen, New York, 2015. Photo: Jason Mandella.
Anicka YiInvestigating the powers of olfactory sensation
October 20-24, 2014 at the MIT List Visual Art Center
Tauba Auerbach at the CAST Symposium. Credit: L. Barry Hetherington.
Tauba AuerbachA visual distillation of complex mathematical and scientific concepts
SEEING September 26, 2014 1:30 - 4:00 pm Media Lab, E14-674
Keith Ellenbogen, Photograph of the artist. Image courtesy of the artist.
Keith EllenbogenUsing ultra high-speed cameras to showcase underwater worlds in exquisite detail.
Olafur Eliasson, Your rainbow panorama, 2006-2011. ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark. Credit: Studio Olafur Eliasson.
Renowned for the multi-faceted practice of his studio in Berlin, Olafur Eliasson creates ambitious public art projects, large-scale installations, architectural pavilions, major art exhibitions, spatial experiments, sensory experiences, and a distinctive art and social business enterprise — Little Sun, a solar powered lamp that is “a work of art that works in life.”