Friedman Benda presents DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 52: EKENE IJEOMA

Inaugurated on April 1, 2020, Design in Dialogue is a series of online interviews hosted alternately by curator and historian Glenn Adamson (Wednesdays) and designer Stephen Burks (Fridays). Conversations are held on Zoom for 1 hour, beginning at 11AM EDT, including a participatory Q&A. Please join leading voices from the field — designers, makers, critics, and curators — as they discuss their work and ideas.

AUGUST 21: EKENE IJEOMA, interviewed by Stephen Burks.
Ekene Ijeoma is an artist based between Brooklyn and Boston working at the intersections of life experiences, data studies, performance, and social efficacy creating artworks ranging from apps and websites to music performances and interactive installations. Through multiple fields of research, he translates data into multimedia using computational design and conceptual art strategies. Ekene recently became director of the Social Justice Lab at MITs Media Lab. His conversation with Stephen Burks will focus on his interest in developing new ways of seeing and understanding social issues.
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Once you have registered you will receive a link to attend the event. Please join the discussion by 11:15am.

Previous Episodes of Design in Dialogue.