New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU Tisch School of the Arts launches the second issue of Adjacent, an online journal of emerging media.
New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU Tisch School of the Arts launches the second issue of Adjacent, an online journal of emerging media.
Nancy Hechinger, ITP faculty member and Adjacent’s editor-in-chief, said, “This journal is conceived, edited, designed, programmed, and produced by ITP students – at the same time they are carrying a full course load. The quality of the journal – both its look and content – is a testament to their dedication and professionalism. When we were planning this issue, we were drawn to articles that not only covered a variety of topics but also shared common threads. The subject matter in this issue is complex and pressing, and we hope they spark good conversations as they did in our editorial meetings.”
Some of the featured articles in this issue include:
A Case for Clarity in the Age of Algorithmic Injustice by Jen Kagan, ITP ’17 and research resident, (2017-2018) covers New York City’s attempt to develop a policy that addresses the true implications of algorithmic decision-making, the first city in the nation to do so.
Crowdsourced Data and the Fight Against Florida’s Sea Level Rise by Susan Jacobson (Florida International University) is about the benefits of engaging the impacted community into scientific research.
A Literature of the Feed and the Shift to a Fragmented Self by Leonardo Solaas (Buenos Aires University) is an essay reflecting on the potential emergence of a new literary form.
What You See May Not Be There: The State of the Subject Amid Pervasive Computer Vision by Julia Irwin (ITP ‘15 and ITP adjunct) and Carrie Wang (ITP ’19) is a video essay that imagines how a museum in the future might look back at the present...and more!
To read the second issue of Adjacent, visit itp.nyu.edu/adjacent
ITP is a two-year graduate program in the NYU Tisch School of the Arts whose mission is to explore the imaginative use of communications technologies — how they might augment, improve, and bring delight and art into people's lives. ITP suggests that the best way to describe the program is as a “Center for the Recently Possible.” To find out more about ITP and its new affiliated undergraduate BFA program in Interactive Media Arts (IMA), launching in Fall 2018, go to itp.nyu.edu.
Adjacent is The ITP Online Journal of Emerging Media. The journal’s mission is to share research, reflection, observations, and opinions in emerging media. Its goal is to provide a publishing outlet for researchers, artists, and creators who are exploring the possibilities and directions at the frontiers of media, technology, and art.
Adjacent publishes twice a year. It is now accepting submissions for the Summer 2018 issue, from both the NYU ITP community and alumni, as well as from the wider world of emerging media. Essays, proposals, or abstracts may be submitted here by April 15, 2018.
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