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Sue Rees returned to India in December 2017 to continue her Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence Research Award (Flex Grant).

This summer, faculty member Jon Isherwood once again spearheaded a collaboration between the Digital Stone Project and Garfagnana Innovazione in Tuscany, focused on bridging the gap between art and technology. This is the fourth such collaboration between Isherwood and students from Bennington College, the Digital Stone Project, and the Italian incubator for the artisanal stone industry.

Work from The Web as Artistic Platform

Work from The Web as Artistic Platform

Work from The Web as Artistic Platform

Work from The Web as Artistic Platform

Work from The Fine Art of Physical Computing, Spring 2016

Work from The Fine Art of Physical Computing, Spring 2016

Work from The Fine Art of Physical Computing, Spring 2016

Work from The Fine Art of Physical Computing, Spring 2016

Co-organized by faculty member Jon Isherwood and Bennington Museum curator Jamie Franklin, 3D Digital: Here and Now is a collaboration between Bennington College and the Bennington Museum that highlights artists, designers, and manufacturers whose work exploits the potential of new technologies to push material practice. The exhibition runs through June 15.

With her current exhibition at the Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis, faculty member Liz Deschenes—recently dubbed a “giant of post-conceptual photography” by the New York Times—“turns the gallery into a camera,” writes one critic. Read more.

Image of Mimi Onuoha
Former Faculty

Mimi Onuoha is a Brooklyn-based artist and researcher examining the implications of data collection and computational categorization. Her work uses code, writing, and objects to explore missing data and the ways in which people are abstracted, represented, and classified.

Image of Anna Kroll
Former Faculty

Anna Kroll ’14 is an artist whose work incorporates installations, Instagram feeds, livestreams, flip books, writing, and audio experiences in an exploration of performance and technology. Additionally, through her background in dance, there is a value placed on corporeal place, presence and personal experience for both audience and creator in Kroll's work. 

Image of Farhad Mirza
Visiting Faculty

Farhad Mirza is an interdisciplinary artist.

Image of Robert Ransick
Former Faculty

Robert Ransick draws inspiration from the social and political world we live in, history, and the potential for a future that is better.

Jackson Moore
Former Faculty

Composer, woodwind player, and teacher who is dedicated to social practice, musical collaboration, and the digital arts

Nancy Nowacek
Former Faculty

Nancy Nowacek is an artist, designer, and education who works in the realms of socially-engaged art, visual design, design strategy, and education.

Ayodamola Okunseinde
Former Faculty

Ayodamola (Ayo) Tanimowo Okunseinde is an artist and time-traveler living and working in New York. His works range from speculative design to wearable technology, and explorations of Afrofuturism / Reclamation.

 

Sara Magenheimer
Former Faculty

Sara Mangenheimer's work blends sound, video, performance, sculpture, and other forms, and has been shown at venues ranging from the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the New York Film Festival, to MoMA PS1 and White Columns.