AN INITIATIVE OF THE GRADUATE CENTER, CUNY
Our goal is to better understand the connections between art and science, explore how they inform each other, and experiment with new ways of approaching these two fields.
While adjusting to our changed world, we realized that our season was uncannily suitable for our socially distanced reality, and we’re thrilled to share with you our virtual Fall 2020 Program! We begin Monday, October 5th, with [...]
During the 2020 Fall season, our public program series will focus on AI and Creativity. Our events will give non-specialists an understanding of cutting-edge research and the how it inspires and challenges art and the humanities. Contemporary artists will join renowned scholars and humanists in a range of public forums at The Graduate Center.
Due to COVID-19, all events in will take place virtually, via Zoom. Please register to receive a link to the conference.
Soyun Park is a media artist and designer from South Korea, based in The Hague, The Netherlands. She has great interest in technology, interactivity, sound, and its interrelation with humans. She is also the founder of studio RGBdog. Her works have taken the form of video essays, audiovisual performances, and interactive media installations. She has exhibited [...]
A Masterclass with artist, composer and educator Matthew D. Gantt on spatial sound in virtual reality. Based between NYC and Troy, NY, Gannt's practice focuses on sound in virtual spaces, generative systems facilitated by idiosyncratic technology, and digital production presets as sonic readymades. He worked as a studio assistant to electronics pioneer Morton Subotnick from [...]
The increasingly prevalent use of AI technology has shifted the cultural politics of emotion. On the one hand, AI has instigated new models of collective belonging and radical joy for traditionally marginalized subjects. On the other, the use of AI to surveil, map, and commodify an entire panoply of physiological markers and body language has [...]
Creative GC provides $5,000 fellowships to Graduate Center doctoral students who are researching topics that intersect the arts and sciences. The fellowships provide funding for activities related to original research, such as field work, data collection, travel, and training. Fellows will have the opportunity to present their research in a public forum.