Tag: symposium

IMA alum Olaf Betram-Nothnagel at the Global Activism Symposium

IMA alum Olaf Betram-Nothnagel gave a short talk at the Center for Art and Media Technology (ZKM) as a part of a Global Activism Symposium on January 24th. Many scholars, artists and activists joined this exhibition project with the purpose of discussing the development and form of the socio-political significance of civil engagement in the 21st century.

Profs. Tami Gold and Sha Sha Feng present work at John Jay College

On October 22nd at John Jay College, Professors Sha Sha Feng and Tami Gold presented a work-in-progress entitled: SURVEILLANCE: Silence = Death, A response to Surveillance, Whistleblowers, Consumerism and Culture through Art. This presentation was apart of The Snowden Affair: The Surveillance State which was a symposium where the social, political, historical and cultural implications of the Snowden Affair were explored.

Photo of Snowden symposium with panelists