Professor Roger Malina hosted Yuri’s night on April 15 at his residence. Professor Malina is a physicist, astronomer, and executive editor of Leonardo Publications at The MIT Press. He is also the Director of the ArtSciLab. Continue reading “Yuri’s Night: A Connection of Connections”
This past March, Yvan Tina, the coordinator of the Creative Disturbance podcast project in the ArtSciLab, defended his dissertation at the School of Arts and Humanities of Aix-Marseille University in Aix-En-Provence. Yvan’s PhD program is very unique in the fact that it is a joint supervision thesis between Aix-Marseille University and UT Dallas under the direction of Professor Yannick Butel (Aix-Marseille University) and Roger Malina (UT Dallas).
Yvan presented his dissertation at Aix-Marseille University on March 16, 2018 about the use of artificial intelligence and biotechnology in art has led to a radical reformulation of theater as living performance. Continue reading “Staging Life: AI and Biotech in Art”
by Kuo-Wei Lee, Shruthy Sreepathy, Yusra Khan
Students from the ArtSciLab hosted on ArtSide,at the 10th annual RAW: Research-Art-Writing Conference at The University of Texas at Dallas in February.
Kuo-Wei Lee (M.A. ’18, Arts and Technology), Shruthy Sreepathy, and Yusra Khan (both M.S. ’18, Applied Cognition and Neuroscience) presented ArtSide: Enhancing the Connection Between Cities and Communities. ArtSide—Lee’s master’s thesis, first prototyped in Professor Cassini Nazir’s Creating Interactive Media course—aims to enhance the social experience of public art through social and technological and strengthen the relationship between city and its communities. Continue reading “Exploring Visual Poetry: ArtSide Workshop at the 2018 RAW Conference”