On view at MIT List Visual Arts Center, artist Kapwani Kiwanga’s Safe Passage features powerful meditations on antebellum “lantern laws” and The Negro Motorist Green Book.
If you thought 3D printing was confusing, just wait until four-dimensional printing hits. The somewhat erroneously named term has come into vogue as of late with a few MIT-driven projects that promise to lead the way for self-assembling skyscrapers, among other futuristic phenomena.
LOS ANGELES — Lots of srsbsns with the arts and technology in the news lately. What caught my eye was a new Center for Arts, Science and Technology at MIT and a new academic journal, the Journal for Digital Humanities.
Sand art is about to take on a whole new meaning. MIT has recently announced “smart sand.”
I was speaking the other day to my colleague — and increasingly friend — Rebecca Uchill, who is headquartered at MIT, and she told me that one of the perks of being at MIT is that you can take real art home (or to the dorms, anyway) as part of some glorious art lottery known as the Student Loan Art Program. WHAT?!?!