Monthly Archives: April 2012

Competition Call for GSD students: Design the Turing Test

Coinciding with the 100th¬†Anniversary¬†of mathematician Alan Turing‘s birth, The Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments (CHSI) at Harvard University will be hosting an exhibition dedicated to his work. This exhibition will be open to the public through-out the Fall 2012 semester. As part of this show, the CHSI, in collaboration with metaLAB, are hosting a design […]

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openLAB_04 May 3, 2012, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Featuring a year’s worth of student projects from the Digital Humanities / xpCriticism workshop, the Curatorial Innovation Program, and the Library Test Kitchen. openLAB is a platform for experimentation and innovation. Migrating from site to site, ranging from local galleries to public spaces to Harvard arts venues, the openLAB […]

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But it moves: the New Aesthetic & emergent virtual taste

In the wake of South-by-Southwest, Bruce Sterling has posted a grand, thorough, ruminative essay about the New Aesthetic. If you don’t know the New Aesthetic, you should go and have a look at the tumblr that serves as both its wonder cabinet and its manifesto. Hosted by technologist, impresario, and publishing artist James Bridle, the […]

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