Welcome to the Weekly Alumni News Update!
Month: January 2020
The Face and Frieze Magazine covered Professor Washko’s interventions in “World of Warcraft” as an example of how artists use technology in new ways.
Conflict Kitchen, a project by Professor Jon Rubin and Dawn Weleski BFA ’10, served dishes from countries in conflict with the United States.
Pavements, Potholes & Repairs is comprised of hundreds of Professor Beck’s photographs documenting the everyday landscape beneath her feet.
Professor Pipkin’s article examines the implementation and domination of the desktop metaphor for computer interfaces from 1980 to 1995.
“All to Pieces” comments on a world plagued, but not necessarily condemned, by a state of disintegration, fragmentation, collapse or chaos.
Professor Everest Pipkin exhibits 20 new zines in the seven year anniversary exhibition.
Facebook commissioned work from Professors Kim Beck and Imin Yeh, and a collaborative work by MFA candidate Michael Neumann and MFA alumnus Shohei Katayama.
“Avoid glancing blows” circulates questions of utility, leverage and the psychic resonance of a basement built out of the bedrock.
Professor Angela Washko’s work “And They Wonder Why We’re Romantics” is part of the screening program “Notre âme, notre dame, notre terre” at La MÉCA.