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Graduation Show: CONTINUUM

This year’s BFA Art, Media & Technology and MFA Design & Technology graduation show “CONTINUUM” took place down the street from Parsons Paris at Galerie24b. Works included virtual reality, photography, illustration, video, installation, projection mapping, and digital storytelling. MFA Design & Technology mobility student from NYC, Paolo Villaneuva, created this video to document the event. Beyza Dilem Toptal (MFA […]

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Museum API Study Trip to Florence

Over Spring Break students from the MuseumAPI class travelled to Florence, Italy to face their latest design challenge: redesign the museum experience to bring more visitors using technology while preserving the historic nature of the experience. A collaboration with SACI Florence and the five major museums of Florence, students gained a first hand look at […]

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R3FRAG Symposium

REFRAG is a symposium exploring new connections between art, culture and technology. This year, R3FRAG celebrates the 3rd annual festival hosted by the Parsons Paris Art, Media & Technology department. The 2017 edition is articulated around 4 events: R1FRAG: Broadcast Hysteria (March 30th to 4th of April): Sonic arts and DIY electronic for audio design   MARCH 30/31 HOËL DURET WORKSHOP 11AM/4PM . […]

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Announcing Program Blogs

Throughout the semester we’ve been working behind the scenes to create blogs to highlight each of our programs, showcasing students, student work, faculty, and experiences, both in the classroom and around Paris, and beyond. It is impossible to share all the amazing opportunities for students, but program directors have worked with student assistants to give you […]

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Parsons Paris Graduation 2016

On Friday, May 20th we graduated our students from the MA History of Design & Curatorial Studies and MFA Design & Technology program.  Congratulations to the class of 2016! The ceremony took place at partner institution Les Arts Décoratifs with guest speaker, artist and Parsons School of Design alumna, Auriea Harvey. The MFA Design & Technology Thesis Show at […]

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:PRINCIPIUM – MFA Design+Technology Thesis Show

:PRINCIPIUM A showcase by emerging artists, designers, coders, makers, hackers, educators, and thinkers featuring work by graduating MFA Design and Technology students Elwyn Crawford, Nadine Daouk, Jaime Hamadi, Shawné Michaelain Holloway, Eugena Ossi and Caitlin Pickall at Hub Lafayette Anticipation. Elwyn Crawford Affective Accessories What if clothing began to move in response to inner changes coming from the body? In this […]

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Student Show: Internet Landscapes

Internet Landscapes is a group exhibition of artists thinking critically about the Internet as a defining moment in our place in history. Through varied media, including videos, websites, books, prints and etchings, a common theme is the demystification of the network. The work is a result of a dialog on Internet infrastructure, net.art, art and activism, […]

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AMT at MAC CRETEIL

This year Art, Media + Technology students from Nicolas Maigret‘s Dynamic Sound & Performance and Felicie D’Estienne d’Orves Core Studio 2 Spatial had the opportunity to show their work at MAC+ Exist Festival Creteil . The festival was conceived as a journey through a variety of unique artistic worlds, from photography to painting, sculpture and installation, taking the visitor on a discovery of […]

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Facutly Profile: Alessandro Ludovico, Neural Magazine

This Friday, April 22nd is the UN\DEAD MEDIA conference at Gaité Lyrique, part of the Art, Media & Technology annual media archaeology festival, ReFrag. This year’s main event will be moderated by Alessandro Ludovico, Editor-in-Chief of Neural Magazine. Alessandro also teaches Media Theory and Media Archaeology at Parsons Paris. Alongside Art, Media & Technology program director Benjamin Gaulon, he created the Media Archaeology Lab […]

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ReFrag: Media Archaeology

reFrag: media archaeology festival gathers together international artists exploring media archaeology, hardware hacking / sampling, e-waste recycling, critical making, internet culture, media studies and more. Over the course of three days a series of workshops, talks and performances will be held at Parsons Paris and at the Gaité Lyrique from April 20th to the 22nd. Artists, designers, […]

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