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Preeminent conceptual sculptor and installation artist Mel Chin visits the Center April 7-9th. He screens his new animated film, 9/11-9/11, 2007, which juxtaposes the events of Sept 11th 1973 and 2001. He'll also introduce Fundred, 2008,...
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Over the last 20 years and through a variety of media Judith Barry's work has explored complex relationships between questions of public address, representation, the changing paradigm of what Art is and popular culture. During her talk,...
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On May 11th, a group of community leaders from across the nation gathered in New York to discuss what they are doing locally to improve their communities with the stimulus money. MIT graduate student researchers Uyen Le and Sarah Nusser...
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Residents in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn discuss their frustrations with food choice and grocery shopping. Even as the neighborhood changes and new stores come in, sometimes the prodicts are so expensive that local people can'...
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The Internet has altered transnational media flows, making it easier to move content across national and geographic boundaries, but complicating the economic structures that support these flows. How do we manage global distribution in t...
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Where does value come from in the evolving media landscape? Does it lie in the properties themselves, or in what people do with these properties? Do creative companies create value or does value creation also occur on the consumption sid...
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