Architectural Interactive Media on Barnard Campus

Architectural Interactive Media on Barnard Campus is currently a project in progress exploring physical installations on Barnard Campus utilizing new media technologies for displaying visual culture and international research projects.

Through a series of faculty workshops, a small group is developing working prototypes for installations using filmic projections on the Diana Center facades, media displays throughout campus using “augmented reality” apps, and other such spatial multimedia interfaces. These on campus media exhibits will feature student projects from courses that travel abroad (e.g. senior design studio course that travels internationally every year to explore how cultural factors influence contemporary architecture).

In addition, the ongoing faculty workshops are also functioning as forums for interdisciplinary faculty to discuss collaborations between architecture, dance and theater for creating collective media exhibitions on campus.