New Media Program Residency
NEW MEDIA PROGRAM
The Mana New Media Program is dedicated to supporting the production and presentation of work focused on the intersection of art and technology. Through specialized residencies, exhibitions, programming, and online content across Mana’s locations, the program aims to foster new creative voices and involve the public in experiment and innovation in the field.
The program is further enhanced through creative collaborations and partnerships with leading-edge thinkers, institutions, and organizations, including past and current collaborations with New Museum’s NEW INC; Nokia Bell Labs; Giphy; the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program; and Rutgers University.
New Media Residency
in partnership with NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP)
This yearlong residency is designed to support the next generation of new media artists. Participating artists are chosen by the Mana curatorial team, with select nominees drawn from a pool of recent graduates and alumni of NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP). The residency supports interdisciplinary artists and aims to foster innovation, collaboration, and entrepreneurship in the field of new media. As part of the community-based residency, the artists will work together in a collective studio and engage with the public through self-generated programming, workshops, and exhibitions.
Oct. 15, 2017–Mar. 24, 2018
Alex Czetwertynski, First Light
Dec. 6–10, 2017
Flatland: A Journey of Many Dimensions
Curated by Grace Franck
Aug. 19–Sept. 2, 2017
That's not it
Curated by Alex Czetwertynski
Jan. 21–May 31, 2017
(1) Hayeon Hwang, MagIc, 2017.
(2) Tiri Kananuruk, TK1971, 2017. Photo: Mikey Asanin
(3) Yeseul Song Illuminated Path, 2017
(4) CHiKA, EN01, 2017.
(5) David Temchulla, Cosmic Breath.
(6) Jenny Lim, One Against One Dozen, 2017. In Collaboration with Gigantic Mechanic.
(7) Michael Simpson, Indigo, 2017. In collaboration with Yeseul Song.
(8) Sebastian Morales, Being Digital, 2017. Photo: Leon Eckert