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Appetite for Disruption

A history of the Art and Technology Studies department told by some of the people who were there

Data is the Medium

A new art and science course bring together two schools to develop collaborative visualizations of big data.

Tarzan Illustrator

SAIC alum Burne Hogarth drew the King of the Jungle for more than a decade.

The Eyes Have It

An SAIC alum appropriates visual technology to investigate geography, body, and the human story.

Body Talk

An SAIC alum tells the story of disability through wearable art.

Sound Gardener

For the past three decades, Ian Schneller (MFA 1986) has been carving out a career in sound.

Looking Behind to Move Forward

SAIC alum and Iraqi refugee Wafaa Bilal (MFA 2003) confronts the conflict back home by eliciting participation and challenging perception.

MB Labs

A group of SAIC makers and hackers builds a space to tinker with technology.

News from Nowhere: Chicago Laboratory

An interdisciplinary group of international artists, designers, and collaborators presented new possibilities by bringing the end of the world to Chicago.

Nothing New?

Over the past three decades, SAIC professor and alum Eduardo Kac (MFA 1990) has redefined the avant-garde.

Lights. Camera. Interaction.

The alumni duo, Luftwerk, is known for their dazzling installation of light and sound.


SAIC Professor Frances Whitehead is modeling new pathways for artists through her work as the Lead Artist on Chicago’s new recreational trail, The 606.

Open Data, Open City

SAIC artists and designers are forging community technology with the Array of Things project.