Jul 6th 2017
SHAPE OF A POCKET
Opening Reception: July 7, 6–9pm
On View: June 30–August 26, 2017
Events: July 29, August 12, August 25
Featuring work by Media Study PhD candidates Kalpana Subramanian and Tony Yanick along with Morgan Arnett, Jason Bernagozzi, Charlie Best and Jaz Palermo, W. Michelle Harris, Kyla Kegler, Dana McKnight, Przemyslaw Moskal, Van Tran Nguyen, Elisa Peebles and the United Melanin Society, and Carl Spartz.
May 10th 2017
Some news / events for the upcoming week as apart of The Indeterminacy Festival.
Apr 17th 2017
The Humanities Institute Research Workshop on Embodiment and Research invites you to an informal colloquium featuring four PhD students from the Department of Media Study whose research addresses embodiment in unique and complementary ways.
2:00 – 4:00 (reception to follow)
Light refreshments will be served
Apr 7th 2017
April 10, 6:30pm: Talks by François Laruelle and Anne-Françoise Schmid (as part of PLASMA)
April 11, 10am – 5pm: Workshop&Symposium presentations, Experimentation & Production
April 12, 12pm-5pm: Grad Student round table/installation of work
World renown philosophers, François Laruelle and Anne-Françoise Schmid, will both give talks on April 10th, as a special edition of the PLASMA series at the Department of Media Study.
Anne-Françoise Schmid – Fiction as a generic operator to interrelate philosophies
François Laruelle – The Tripartite Constitution of Reminiscience (the generic, the philosophical, and the quantum)
Feb 13th 2017
New film by Tony Yanick, DMS Grad, “Make America Great Again..and again..and again!”, was accepted into Cleveland’s Short+Sweet Film Festival.
His film is scheduled for Friday, March 3 at 10:16 pm.
Link to more information: http://shortsweetfilmfest.com/festival-schedule-2017/
Nov 4th 2016
UB GALLERIES OPEN LATE!!!
OPEN STUDIOS, MEDIA SCREENINGS AND PERFORMANCES
Open Studios is an opportunity for the public to meet the next generation of artists at UB. Students in UB’s graduate programs in Art and Media Study invite the public into their studios to engage with their work in more intimate terms. (more…)
Nov 20th 2015
This two-part event explores fictional worlds and possible futures with François Laruelle’s philo-fiction as a method of practice and theory.