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Visit the MIT Museum where historic robots, dazzling holograms and kinetic sculpture are showcased in an intimate museum setting. Meet the people behind the exhibits - curators and Museum Director John Durant. Learn about the new Innovat...
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In the spring semester of 2008, a mixed class of grad and undergrad students, including architects, urban planners, and engineers, worked in Tambo de Mora, a town on Peru's southern coast that was ruined by a earthquake a year before our...
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W1 is a historic residence at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and the Charles river that re-opened on 8/15/2011 as Maseeh Hall, a new home for 462 MIT undergraduates, named in recognition of a generous gift from Fariborz Maseeh (ScD '...
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A dialog (in speech and sign) between artists, designers, scientists, students, speakers, and signers. Participants touch on the range of human experience including deafness, and on acoustical engineering, especially resonance and sonic...
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Center Affiliate Azra Aksamija speaks about the Lost Highway Expedition with Kyong Park. Lost Highway Expedition will begin in Ljubljana, and travel through Zagreb, Novi Sad, Belgrade, Skopje, Pristina, Tirana, Podgorica to conclude in ...
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Damon Rich (Center for Urban Pedagogy) will present a progress report on CUP's new project about the world of real estate finance. Where does the money to build and repair buildings come from? How is it controlled? What flights happen...
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Fritz Haeg speaks about his work and specifically about his current project, Animal Estates. During an intensive workshop, Haeg and MIT community members will build and install individual homes for two birds: the American Kestrel Falcon...
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Digital stories I’d created from photos I’d taken in the fall of 2008 as part of Anne Spirn’s MIT course on landscape photography and audio interviews I’d done with visiting middle school students from the Lawrence Family Development Cha...
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Documentation of a performance where 1.956 cubic inches of a wall in an art gallery in Brooklyn, New York is consumed each day for 41 days until a space in the gallery wall, large enough to fit ones head through, is opened up between th...
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02/09/2011 7:30 AM Walker Morss HallKhalea Robinson, '11; Pierre Fuller, 'GDescription: In their brief remarks honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., two students strike the theme of collaboration. They touch on the importa...
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Sustainable practice emerges from a carefully crafted choreography between different elements within the built environment. In our design, we program the relationship between both the active and passive elements of the architecture as an...
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