ACT Fall 2016 Lecture Series tinker user tracer human

ACT’s Monday night lecture series draws together artists, scholars, and other cultural practitioners from different disciplines to discuss artistic methodologies and forms of inquiry at the intersection of art, architecture, science, and technology. Each spring and fall semester brings a different thematic focus and the format for each event shifts depending on the visitor(s) and the nature of their presentations and performances.

ACT’s Spring 2016 series is conceived by Gediminas Urbonas, ACT Director, and coordinated by Ashley Rizzo Moss, Senior ACT Communications & Public Programs Assistant and Lucas Freeman, ACT Writer in Residence, in conversation with ACT graduate students.

Videos of many of the past lectures can be seen here.

This series is made possible with the generous support of our partners and collaborators: The Council for the Arts at MIT (CAMIT), Swissnex, the Zurich University of the Arts and the Goethe Institut.