Caroline A. Jones is Professor in the History, Theory, and Criticism section, Department of Architecture, MIT. She studies modern and contemporary art, focusing on its technological modes of production, distribution, and reception, and on its interface with science. She has also worked as a curator, recently in three exhibitions at MIT’s List Visual Art Center: Hans Haacke 1967 (2011); Video Trajectories(2007-08); and Sensorium (2006-07). Her exhibitions and/or films have been shown at NY MoMA, SF MoMA, the Hirshhorn DC, and the Hara Museum Tokyo, among other venues. Publications include Machine in the Studio (1996/98), Picturing Science, Producing Art (co-editor, 1998), Sensorium (editor2006), Eyesight Alone (2005/08), Experience (co-editor, 2016), and The Global Work of Art(2016). Caroline is currently researching patterns of occlusion and political contestation in what she calls “the anthropogenic image” of environmental disaster, in collaboration with historian of science Peter Galison.
Symbionts and What is Life? | Dual Book Launch and Discussion with Caroline A. Jones, Stefan Helmreich, and Sophia Roosth
Jens Hauser | On Microperformativity: Alternative Animated Agencies in Art
Boundary Conditions: Architecture, Simulation, Cinema
Unbounded: Transmedia Storytelling @ MIT, 2019-2021
October 18–November 23
Transmedia Storytelling Initiative | 3D/5G: Surveillance and Agency
‘Data Magic and Democracy: Privacy, Politics, and Transmedia Storytelling’