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From dub music to South Asian Diasporas, to political theory and a PhD in American Studies, and onto digital media – the colorful professional trajectory of Vivek Bald has led him from his former base in New York to MIT’s Comparative Media Studies program.
The bulk of the group’s research so far has been learning how machinima is made, picking an engine to work with, and getting familiar with the territory.
At the heart of the Oct. 26 colloquium conversation about art and technology was the question “what is art?”
This past fall saw the public unveiling of the Convergence Culture Consortium, a new CMS initiative examining the world of branded entertainment.
So you want proof of concept of this whole “Comparative Media Studies” thing? A look at the reports coming from our alumnae demonstrates that our community has done very well indeed.
This week was the kick off show for Minority Report (CMS.876) “100 Years of Radical Music” on MIT radio station WMBR (88.1).