Judith Barry & Nida Sinnokrot & Katarina Burin
MF 2pm–5pm

Open to ACT graduate students only.

ACT Studio explores the theories, histories, and methodologies at the intersection of art, culture, and technology in relation to contemporary artistic practice, design and media strategies, and critical social hypotheses. Students consider methods of investigation, production, documentation, and display while interrogating modes of communication across disciplines. Students develop projects conceptualizing research questions and goals, strategically investigate their findings, and in the process translate their research into projects. Studio, alongside their course work, and their written thesis, aids them in the development of a context for their cross disciplinary practices while simultaneously encouraging the derivation of new forms of display and documentation. Regular presentation and peer-critiques, as well as reviews involving ACT faculty and fellows, and external guest critics, provide students with feedback as their projects develop.