A conversation between Gloria Sutton and Carrie Lambert-Beatty on the occasion of the release of Sutton’s book, The Experience Machine: Stan VanDerBeek’s Movie-Drome and Expanded Cinema, published by MIT Press. May 12, 2015.
Damon Krukowski: NOT TO BE PLAYED is a multifaceted exhibition featuring archival materials, performance, and a publication that together revive an obscure audio recording made by Ezra Pound at Harvard University in 1939. October 8–23, 2015.
On the occasion of the release of an expanded edition of Blueprint for Counter Education designed by Project Projects and published by Inventory Press, the Consumer Research Center/bookshop hosts a week-long exhibition, roundtable discussion and book presentation. Organized by Jeffrey Schnapp, the event brings together original authors Maurice Stein and Larry Miller Blueprint for Counter Education in conversation with Schnapp and Project Projects principal Adam Michaels. May 10, 2016.
Martens will discuss the graphic form, construction of typographic meaning, and his printing processes that he has developed since the late 1950’s. This Open Seminar is in conjunction with the Karel Martens: Monoprints exhibition in Display Case at the Carpenter Center. September 8, 2015.
Karel Martens: Open Seminar, September 8, 2015
I Fought the Law: _______________. Students collaborated with Sert Practitioner Phil Collins to explore questions around authority, systems of power, outlets of protests, and modes of radicalization by selecting and conducting interviews with individuals close to home or geographically far-flung who embody a challenge to authority and critique against systems and control. April 2016.
Don't Erase Till Monday. Stemming from a series of encounters with the Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS) Special Collection, an archive under the custodianship of MIT’s Program in Art, Culture & Technology (ACT), the editorial board of Experimental Publishing at ACT presents an indefinitely temporary musing into the utopic matrimony of art and science, directed by their professors Bik Van der Pol. May 7, 2016.