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John Akomfrah’s Transfigured Night is a two-screen installation and reinterpretation of Richard Dehmel’s poem Verklärte Nacht that reflects on postcolonial histories. Exploring the many facets of migration, human experience, and politica...
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About 200 people gathered in the Koch Institute Public Galleries to celebrate the opening of the 2014 Image Awards Exhibition. Researchers from across the Institute presented the science and stories behind their winning images. From canc...
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Professor Michael Short’s research is focused the study of unwanted deposits, known as CRUD (Chalk River Unidentified Deposits). CRUD accumulates on fuel cladding during reactor operation and can interfere with the reactor’s cooling pro...
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In Joan Jonas’s own words, Reanimation “is partly an homage to spiritual aspects of nature […], but as glaciers are now melting, the work […] reflects the present-day situation.” The piece is based on the 1968 novel Under the Glacier by ...
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Tarek Elhaik is a media anthropologist, film curator, and Assistant Professor of Media and Culture at San Francisco State University. His work is informed by archival research on Mexican and Latin American avant-garde film and experiment...
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Pietro Perona (Caltech) presented "Filters and other potions for early vision and recognition" as part of the Early Features in Vision session, on Friday November 22, 2013, in the Singleton Auditorium (MIT 46-3002.) This talk was part o...
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MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change combines scientific research with innovative policy analysis to confront the global climate challenge. Joint Program researchers know that meeting our 21st century global chall...
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It's a rough life playing catcher on a baseball team -- they spend most of the game crouched down, taking foul tips and bounced pitches off the body. But a few players on the MIT team are trying to do something about it. Dan Hyatt and M...
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