Topdara Stupa, Parwan, Afghanistan. Point-cloud by Nikolaos Vlavianos, On-site data collection Moby Group.
Mellon Faculty Grant
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
VALIS. Courtesy of Tod Machover.
VALISReimagining live performance interactivity for a new generation
Jay Scheib, The Silence, 2019. Credit: Jay Scheib.
Jay Scheib’s The SilenceDream worlds collide with real worlds in an endless spiral down
PhD student Sarah Schwettmann explains how the study of visual perception can translate students’ creativity across domains.
3 Questions: Sarah Schwettmann on the interface between art and neuroscience
The MIT PhD student explains how the study of visual perception can translate students’ creativity across domains. Computational neuroscientist Sarah Schwettmann is one of three instructors behind the cross-disciplinary course 9.S52/9.S916 Vision in Art and Neuroscience, which introduces students to … Continued
Volumetric Cinema. Credit David Levine.
Volumetric Cinema2018 Mellon Faculty Grant Recipient
Ian Condry’s “Dissolve Music”Dissolving boundaries between arenas of sonic engagement to identify paths towards alternative, more inclusive futures
Azra Aksamija, The Lightweaver, photomontage of a kinetic light installation for the Future Heritage Lab at the refugee camp Al Azraq, Jordan, 2017. Credit: Azra Aksamija.
Azra Akšamija’s LightweaverEnhancing the cultural fabric of refugee camps with adaptive smart textiles
Pawan Sinha. Credit: Ed Quinn.
Pawan Sinha’s “Vision in Art and Neuroscience”Vision in Art and Neuroscience
J. Meejin Yoon portrait. Image courtesy of the artist.