Their film confronts issues of AI, race, and the future of technology, stressing the importance of having minorities represented in tech corporations.
Students illuminated the dark corridors and winding passageways of a limestone mine with art installations, musical performances and costumed movement.
In the December issue of Artforum, Johanna Fateman writes, “Washko is dealing with ugly and important material in ingenious ways.”
The Spring 2019 Visiting Artist Lecture Series is organized in collaboration with Carnegie Museum of Art and Carnegie International, 57th Edition, 2018.
Mary Maggic works at the intersection of biotechnology, cultural discourse, and civil disobedience, using science to investigate body and gender politics.
- MFA / Student“A Video Game Immerses You in an Opera Composed by Dogs” by Katie Rose Pipkin MFA ’18 Published in Hyperallergic
- FacultyProfessor Pedercini Participates in “Games and Politics” at Goethe Institute, Washington D.C.
- FacultyProfessor Jon Rubin and Lenka Clayton Launch “. . . circle through New York” with Guggenheim Museum
- FacultyProfessor Danny Ferrell Exhibits in “The Staging of Vulnerability” at SPRING/BREAK Art Show NYC