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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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After more than 20 years of research, Elizabeth Goldring, a senior fellow at MIT's Center for Advanced Visual Studies, developed a remarkable "seeing machine" that allows people who are blind or visually challenged to access the Internet...
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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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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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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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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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What Do Artists Know? Contemporary Responses to the Deskilling of Art Michael Corris, Professor/Chair of Studio Art, Southern Methodist University, Dallas Some contemporary art is profoundly engaged with the world in ways that go beyo...
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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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05/21/2010 1:45 PM Bartos theaterMartin WattenbergDescription: Tools developed by Martin Wattenberg and his associate Fernanda Vi_gas, have changed the way people look at and use visualizations, by empowering and equipping users with the...
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Sound and Semiocapitalism: Affective Labor and the Metaphysics of the Real This talk will analyse the sonic and affective turns that have appeared relatively recently in both contemporary art practice and current critical thought from t...
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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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