ACT Cubed: A Summer Series — 7/6/2019

Where in the World is ACT? Yaroslav Prokopenko, Globe on a blurred background of the political map of the world
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ACT Community Quote:

ACT is not only an art-focused program, but a program that admits art knowledge is a stakeholder in the process of making the world.” Raafat Majzoub, SMACT ’17

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The Cube is the heart of the Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT). It is the studio home of our students, a place for experimentation, dialogue, and production. It is an ACT classroom, performance, and presentation space where ACT’s integrated approach to pedagogy, public events programming, exhibitions, and publications is most evident. The Cube traverses disciplines, formats, practices, and worlds. It is in the Cube that ACT builds a community of artist-thinkers who explore art’s complex relationship to culture and technology.

Ryan Aasen, NSA, 2015. Mixed installation.

During the summer, ACT’s artists become international travelers, exploring ways to push the public discourse in their singular way. Where in the world is ACT and what are ACT artist-thinkers experiencing, discovering, and creating?

Marisa Morán Jahn, Alix Lambert, Yael Melamede, Lizzie Minges, Snatchural History of Copper, 2019.