Digital + Media

Digital + Media places technology - as a creative medium and cultural-historical phenomenon - at the center of its MFA program. This year, eleven D+M students have work featured in the Grad Show, with each exploring distinct subject matter representing multidisciplinary research methodologies and a range of creative strategies that interrogate the social, psychological, and cultural consequences of ubiquitous or emerging technologies (digital or analog). Informed by the fields of art, media theory, cultural studies, and social sciences, D+M thesis projects take a variety of forms including experimental games, expanded cinema, performance, installation, sound, interactive and kinetic sculpture, speculative design, and more.



RISD Grad Show