AI Art and Care: Chloë Bass & Hannah Zeavin

Segal Theater, CUNY Graduate Center 365 5th Ave, New York, NY, United States

A  conversation between artist Chloë Bass and scholar and critic Hannah Zeavin about the greater recognition of the need for care in our social infrastructure, our relationships with each other, and our relationships with ourselves, while facing the simultaneous reality that modes of care have become increasingly technological and at screen’s length from our embodied [...]


innovation:SOUND:technology (IST) #2: Philippe Kocher and Marc Yeats The innovation:SOUND:technology (IST) series is centered on creative approaches and novel technological advances with aesthetic implications for music, instrument design, performance art, sound art, and digital art. In the second virtual event of the IST series, composers and researchers Philippe Kocher and Marc Yeats introduce their creative works, artistic thinking, and research surrounding [...]


From our friends at NYPL: Kyueun Kim on How VR Technology is Changing Theatre

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts 111 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY

From our friends at the NYPL, an event featuring Art Science Connect Fellow: The NYPL's inaugural Theatre and Technology Fellow, Kyueun Kim, will discuss her project to document the oral histories of those who performed in the metaverse during the Covid-19 pandemic using the very virtual reality technologies that served as the platform for the original [...]

elva mulchrone: Collaborative seeing and the uncharted territory of visual response and knowledge

Graduate Center, Room 9207 365 5th Avenue, New York, NY, United States

  From our friends and partners: Visual artist Elva Mulchrone will describe her research-based practice and the transformative agency of interdisciplinary research and education based on several series of work, including her visual response and interpretive translation of large scale economic data about inequality into visual arts. She will discuss the parallels between artists, researchers [...]

Brad Fox Presents The Bathysphere Book, in conversation with Madhu Kaza

McNally-Jackson 4 Fulton st, New York, NY, United States

Our friends at McNally-Jackson are hosting former Art Science Connect Fellow, Brad Fox, to introduce The Bathysphere Book (click to RSVP):  In the summer of 1930, aboard a ship floating near the Atlantic island of Nonsuch, marine biologist Gloria Hollister sat on a crate, writing furiously in a notebook with a telephone receiver pressed to [...]


The Metaverse is a Contested Territory, an Evening of Virtual Talks and Performances by Mindy Seu, Todd Anderson, and Tiri Kananuruk


Art Science Connect presents an evening of virtual talks and performances by Mindy Seu, Todd Anderson and Tiri Kananuruk. Seu's lecture titled "The Metaverse is a Contexted Territory," commissioned and published by Pioneer Works Press, extends our thinking of networked multi-person digital scapes into new creative territory. This event is curated by Tommy Martinez and [...]

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