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September 18, 2023November 27, 2023

The Art, Culture, and Technology (ACT) program at MIT is pleased to host the 2023-2024 artistic inquiry luncheon series. These lunch-time conversations aim to foster artistic inquiry across disciplinary boundaries and are open to faculty, staff and students in the School of Architecture and Planning, as well as those affiliated with the MIT Center for Art, Science and Technology (CAST). Organized by the CAST Mellon postdoc Cassandra Guan, the series will bring together a diverse group of artists, technologists, and researchers to investigate the possibilities of artistic inquiry in dialog with the creative arts community at MIT.

Cassandra Guan is a scholar of screen media who has taught at the Yale School of Art, the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, and Brown University’s Science, Technology & Society (STS) program. Starting in the fall of 2024, she will join The Department of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Chicago as an assistant professor. She is currently at work on a book project titled “Maladaptive Media: Radical Experiments in Aesthetic Education.”

Monday, September 18
Joe Davis

Monday, October 2
Rhea Vedro

Monday, October 23
Seth Riskin

Monday, November 6
Albert Figurt

Monday, November 27
Matej Vakula


All events are from 12:30-2pm in MIT E15-207, unless otherwise noted.