Works by artist, engineer, and NYUAD Associate Professor of Practice of Interactive Media Michael Shiloh; and artist, performing arts manager, and NYUAD Arts Instructor of Stage and Project Management Brídín Clements Cotton.
What systems do we rely on daily? How does this reliance shape our relationships with each other? With the system? Does the mode of communication influence our tone? Does it impact what we share? The exhibition promises “an opportunity for UAE audiences to engage with the hidden world of the systems we rely on daily to communicate with one another …” Essentially it’s a participatory installation, with visitors invited to come prepared to work with tools and get their hands dirty, and also to bring along their own written correspondences– postcards, letters, and emails, as they become a part of the ever-evolving exhibit.
This exhibition includes a collection of original archival documents from the NYUAD Library’s Archives and Special Collections Department.
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