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Thursday, October 22nd at 6:30pm kicks off this semester’s Open Programming with FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: a collaborative project by masters students Katia Porro (MA History of Design & Curatorial Studies) and shawné michaelain holloway (MFA Design + Technology) which explores ideas of collaboration and curatorial strategies for new media artwork. The approach can be viewed as […]

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Student Show: Savage Minds

An homage to Claude Levi-Strauss The Savage Mind(1962), this students show is the first work of Parsons Paris incoming class of graduates from the MA History of Design and Curatorial Studies and MFA Design + Technology programs. On Monday, August 31st, 2015, the Student Show Savage Minds will take over the Parsons Paris Gallery with a collection of objects from […]

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Student Work: 3D Printer

INEFFABLE is a project completed by First Year student Eden Touil Tartour, as she used 3D printing to solve a problem. Her project was featured on MakerBot Stories. Eden breaks down the process: GOAL Solve the problem of communication – from boundaries of language, sight, sound and speech – that concern absolutely everyone. Is there an […]

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Parsons Paris Graduation 2015

On May 22, 2015 Parsons Paris celebrated our first class to graduate from the Rue Saint Roch campus in a ceremony held in the beautiful Salon des Boiseries at our partner institution, musée Les Arts Décoratifs, with world renowned trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort as our guest speaker. Watch the full ceremony below. Lidewij Edelkoort keynote address. From left to […]

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AMT Senior Show: FEED – at XPO Gallery

FEED explores social environments, their contexts and practices, creating affective forms of communication that advocate for more meaningful everyday interactions. Elena Ring explores themes of memory and food to revisit the process of her physical and emotional growth as a human being. Diva Helmy re-imagines computer mediated communication as a healthy, intimate and embodied experience. […]

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Student Show: MUSEUM FEAST

Parsons Paris MA History of Design and Curatorial Studies and MFA Design and Technology programs present Museum Feast, an exhibition of student work mediating the collection of Musée des Arts Décoratifs in the age of new media. The exhibition displays projects which combine experience design and research on the history and curation of the decorative arts. The works are focused on […]

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Student Show: Memoryscapes

Memoryscapes is a joint student show between first year Sanie Irsay, and BFA Art Media & Technology student Maureen Muse. Is it ever possible to re-trace a memory? How do our memories define us? Even if we don’t remember, is there still a permanent imprint residing in our minds? These are the questions explored in […]

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Student Show: SPECTRUM

Spectrum is 6 different collaborative works developed during the Documentary Strategies class at Parsons Paris. Each group has spent a combined six weeks developing an idea, executing, and producing a final product may it take the form of a book or a film. #1 Solution Threat Solution Threat focuses on the backlash of the ever growing […]

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Earth Day 2015: The Remaking of Making

In celebration of Earth Day 2015, Parsons Paris is hosted a day events to encourage discussions about climate action and sustainability. The day started with a Material Swap Shop and an e-waste workshop with AMT Program Director Benjamin Gaulon, and culminated with a panel discussion on the theme of “The Remaking of Making” which was […]

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reFrag: Glitch

reFrag: is a symposium exploring new connections between art, culture and technology. reFrag: glitch gathers together artists working in the international networks of Glitch Art for 4 days of intensive workshops, talks and performances with exhibitions in Paris and online. Glitches occur in our identity (de/re)constuctions; instabilities and errors in digitized financial markets (i.e. flash crashes); hacking, […]

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