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Professor Paris returns from Sarajevo

February 25, 2014

Professor Paris has just returned from screening his work at the Peace Art Freedom Festival in storied Sarajevo and what an adventure. We scrambled for his flight only four days before departure, then – two days after that, the city erupted in riots and Prof. Paris lost contact with the festival organizers. He made it though, and the screening went off without a hitch. Upon his return, Prof. Bob Paris said, “These activities, this political theater, became much more important, creative, and vital, than the video works that I and other artists brought to Sarajevo.”

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From MIT to Bordeaux

February 17, 2014

Professor Vitiello has back-to-back appearances this month starting with a residency at MIT with friend of the department, Scanner (who paid us a visit back in November of 2008) before heading to France for performances with Steve Roden (visited September 2011) first in Strasbourg February 20, then in Bordeaux on February 22.

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Alumnae Show: And Then We Were Animating

February 14, 2014

Blurring the lines between fine and applied arts, three of our most successful alumnae from Lumosity to Pixar, showcase their work, from now to March 15.

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Visiting Artist: Charles Atlas

February 3, 2014

This week, art legend and pioneer Charles Atlas will visit with students and present some of his work on video dance and performance. His lecture is free and open to the public.

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Lynne Sachs screens award-winning film

January 22, 2014

“Hybrid documentarian” and all-around luminous person, Lynne Sachs will be screening her latest project, Your Day Is My Night (scored by Stephen Vitiello) next Wednesday at 10AM in the Commons Theater. This film premiered at MoMA in 2013 and has garnered rave attention since.

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Young Gun: Jordan Bruner

December 18, 2013

High-flying KI alumna, Jordan Bruner (left) has just been named an Art Directors Club Young Gun.

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Living Legend: Steina Vasulka

November 13, 2013

Since the mid-1970s, Steina has explored intricate transformations of vision, space and sound, through a dynamic confluence of digital technologies, mechanical devices and natural landscape.

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Eyeworks: Experimental Animation Festival

November 12, 2013

Kinetic Imaging is excited to present Eyeworks, an experimental animation festival at Studio Two Three this Thursday, November 14.

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This week in Kinetic Imaging

October 29, 2013

It’s true, it’s only Tuesday but exciting things are already afoot!

First, two works by Professor Vitiello are being accepted into MoMA’s permanent collection.  The pieces are a large sculptural work, Fear of High Places and Natural Things and a multi-channel sound installation titled My Blue Sky.

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