Professor William Uricchio on how co-creation is picking up steam as a claim, aspiration, and buzz-word du jour. But what is and why does it matter?
William Uricchio’s essay “considers today’s AR technologies in terms of these more deeply embedded practices of augmentation, particularly as they play out as interfaces in urban places.”
“It’s something of a time capsule, with responses to the events more or less as they happened and before they codified into a well-rehearsed narrative.”
“One of the great things about MIT is that, even in the arts, it manages to be an exception to the rule.”
“The pas de deux between these top-down and bottom-up developments has put media ever more at the center of contemporary cultural practice.”
The debates sparked in our reorganization serve as powerful reminders that the university has been blissfully isolated from seismic changes.
CMS emerged as a hearty repast, richer and more nutritious than we had any right to expect. It was the right program at the right time.