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October 19, 2009. Artist Muntadas investigates notions of 'City' and 'public.' Is there still a public space? Is the city a place for interventions? City authorities and the private sector provide surveillance and control. Yet it is the ...
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November 16, 2009. Artist Krzysztof Wodiczko introduces his critical design proposals including Poliscar and Homeless Vehicles. Wodiczko's work points toward the search for the city to come, one which provides a space that allows for di...
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CAVS fellow John Bell joins CAVS artists, staff and MIT students in the design, construction, and performance of the Great Small Works toy theater show, Definitely Maybe. Based on the novel of the same name by the acclaimed Soviet scienc...
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October 26, 2009. The activist collective The Yes Men transformed New York city for a day through a tactical media intervention. A hoax print of the New York Times was massively distributed throughout the city during the US presidential ...
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November 2, 2009. Architect and architecture theorist Ana Miljacki speaks about her project Classes, Masses, Crowds. Representing The Collective Body and The Myth of Direct Knowledge. Miljacki is an Assistant Professor in MIT's Departmen...
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05/20/2010 3:00 PM Bartos theaterKurt Fendt; Johanna Drucker; Amber Frid"Jimenez; Nick Montfort, SM '98, Assistant professor of Digital Media in MIT Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies Description: The session begins with brief ...
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05/20/2010 6:00 PM Morss Hall Walker Memorial Ben Shneiderman, University of MarylandDescription: A focus on designing technologies that allow the "visualization of things not visible" has been at the center of Ben Shneiderman's work ove...
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Lecture given at Bartos Theater on February 22, 2010 Discussion moderated by Nell Breyer Xavier Le Roy was born in Juvisy sur Orge, France in 1963 and studied biochemistry at the University of Montpellier. He began his dance career in 1...
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03/29/2011 3:30 PM KresgeKatrin Wehrheim, Associate Professor of Mathematics, MIT; Sallie Chisholm, Lee and Geraldine Martin Professor of Environmental Studies and Professor of Biology, MIT; Nancy Kanwisher, '80, PhD '86, Professor of ...
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05/07/2009 8:30 AM 46"3002Okihide Hikosaka, National Eye InstituteDescription: As Ann Graybiel puts it, "basal ganglia were dark basement structures" until Okihide Hikosaka began his classic 1980s research demonstrating how these neurona...
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Lecture given at Bartos Theater on April 12, 2010 Discussion moderated by Joan Jonas "Where's the Passion" is a lecture in which notions of self-expression, impersonation, and the politics of looking and being looked at are examined, acc...
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09/30/2010 6:30 PM 32"141Aaron Koblin, Abramowitz Artist in Residence, MITDescription: Where others see just data points and fodder for bar graphs, Aaron Koblin visualizes dynamic systems where information assumes forms both abstract and...
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