MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology

MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology

What has interested me is like a
space which is very very hard to experience alone. There’s a lot of solidarity right from
beginning because you knew that when you enter the space somehow you are afraid
of and you don’t know what the hell is gonna happen. The whole idea is that we don’t know
what the result is going to be. What’s interesting is that you’re helping
people access parts of themselves or parts of their work that they haven’t been
able to access in other ways. There’s no clear answer to many of the things that were posing or no clear path. It’s always pushing to the edge of failure to see what happens The Center for Art, Science and Technology is the Institute wide initiative to try and foster the synergies, the serendipities, of being in the same space of having an artist sitting next to a neurologist. It can be challenging to have those conversations because we often speak different languages, but it can also be quite fruitful. So this is actually a component for one of the engine flap … and they stack the glass and it’s UV… Connecting different links that, maybe you know, I’m jumping over here over there and over there but
in any way they can come together something new can come out of this. It’s a tricky question, story and technology and who leads whom. I think when you let one lead over the other, often there is a failure in this kind of work. You find out anything online, except what it feels like to be you. So in that spirit, I’m really interested in how the technology of media can be used as a process of social change, not just a way to make final product of a film. When I began seeing how free people
could be with technology, it allowed me to delve
into those areas without nearly as much fear as I might have had
before. If you let a process work itself out without
interfering with it, you find a lot of interesting things. It’s just happening by
itself, nothing is changing. Instead of listening to what’s happening, you’re paying attention how you were listening. You’re thinking to yourself, “How am I doing this?” I’ve always thought that MIT itself was a center for art, science and technology. Sometimes the art part of that gets lost in the equation, but certainly it doesn’t get lost in the minds of students. … which are forged by circles… 3 bunches on each side… … it’s being governed, by the environment… two types of silicone… Some of us deal with science, some of us deal with art or literature, most of us have to follow a path. Maybe in the grand scheme of things, we will all end end up in the same place. Einstein said it best: “I’m going to ask
the questions that only a child would ask” So those questions that only a child
will ask, sometimes an artist is willing to materialize those questions in ways
that really can shake and shape research paradigms. If you have a day where you can spend all morning in the lab and the afternoon in conversation with somebody from a different field, then an evening at a performance of something that relates to what you were thinking about in the morning, that’s a pretty good day. I have been genuinely exhilarated by
what I’ve learned is going on here. These are the kinds of encounters that I
think create entirely new realms of culture and that’s, I think, something exciting that MIT does really well.

One thought on “MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology

  • November 9, 2015 at 4:59 am

    la imaginacion es la base del arte ….. sea tecnologico o cientifico ….


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