Spring 2024 CCAM Ultra Space Symposium: Adaptation/s

Thursday, April 4, 2024 to Friday, April 5, 2024

The CCAM Symposium is a biannual, interdisciplinary event that investigates the cultural landscape of our time. As a bridge between the discoveries at CCAM and those around campus and in the larger world, it takes the form of discussions, exhibitions, performances, workshops, and more.

In Spring 2024, the symposium is grounded in the center’s Ultra Space research and will feature:

→ Events with guest speakers, including:

• Momoyo Homma, Director, Reversible Destiny Foundation + Arakawa+Gins Tokyo Office
• Takashi Ikegami, Director, Takashi Ikegami Lab + Professor, University of Tokyo
• ST Luk, Project Director, Reversible Destiny Foundation
• Harshita Nedunuri, Transdisciplinary Designer + Researcher, CCAM Ultra Space Research Fellow
• Setareh Samandari, Director + Visual Effects Artist
• Habib Zagarpour, Visual Effects Artist, Bladerunner 2049

→ A live performance of Konrad Kaczmarek’s “Studies in Automation: Guitar Quartet”

→ The grand opening of ISOVIST—CCAM’s new gallery—with works by leading digital artists, Yale student artists, + others

• Refik Anadol
• Dmitri Cherniak
• Eric De Giuli
• Anna Lucia
• Marcel Schwittlick
• Iskra Velitchkova

→ The launch of the inaugural edition of the CCAM Printed Volume!

→ Presentations from the symposium Call for Papers:

Admission Information

The symposium is free and open to the public. All events will take place at CCAM (149 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511). No advance registration is required, but RSVP is encouraged. Seating will be first-come, first-served, and room capacity limits will apply.

  • Open to: 
    • Undergraduate
    • Faculty
    • Alumni
    • Yale Postdoctoral Trainees
    • Ages 18
    • Ages 21
    • General Public
    • Graduate And Professional
    • Spouses And Partners
    • Staff
    • Youth And Teen

Spring 2024 CCAM Ultra Space Symposium: Adaptation/s

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