Sponsored by MFA Art Criticism & Writing department
Respondents: Collin Sundt (student) and Suzanne Anker (faculty)
The costs and consequences of the ever-expanding technology our world increasingly views itself through. From new modes of distribution to totalizing views, these are the intimations and operations of the digital landscape.
Tiffany Funk, The Prosthetic Aesthetic: An Art of Anxious Extensions (University of Illinois at Chicago, MFA (ABD), PhD)
Chris Handran, Reinventing the Apparatus in the Expanded Field of Photography (Queensland University of Technology, Creative Industries Faculty, MA)
Lee Johnson, ProVide Marketplace, 2011 (Rhode Island School of Design, Ceramics, MFA)
Austin S. Lee and Yuseung Kim, The Everyday Story of Imaginative Time & Space (Art Center College of Design, Media Design Program, MFA)