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Since 1980, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Professor of Visual Arts and a Director of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, 2004 recipient of MIT’s Kepes Award, has throughout his career developed a series of tools and devices for urban interventions. In addition his work has been exhibited in numerous international festivals and exhibitions ranging from Biennales in Paris, Sao Paulo, Helsinki, Kyoto and Venice, to the Whitney Biennial, Documenta and the International Center for Photography Triennial. Krzysztof Wodiczko’s next public projections are planned to take place in Caracas in 2007 and his most recent commission is by the city of Nantes, to design a Memorial commemorating the Abolition of Slavery in France (opening in 2007).
Projections and instrumentations
as author at MIT 4.303 The Production of Space: Art, Architecture and Urbanism in Dialogue - Fall 2006,
Art and Technology
as author at MIT World Series: Uncommon | In common,
together with: Alan Brody, Evan Ziporyn, Jay Scheib,