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December 2012 - Comments Off on untitled

untitled

sculpture by Robert DeLanghe '12; photos by Martin Golemme

April 2012 - Comments Off on Untitled

Untitled

Terrell W. Orr '13

Terrell W. Orr '13: Untitled

Terrell is a junior from Pittsburgh, PA who studies visual arts and psychology at Bennington.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Landscape 1

Landscape 1

Ellen Hanson '14

Ellen Hanson '14: Landscape 1



Ellen Hanson is indulging in painting and viewing experiences.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Sleep

Sleep

Nick Janikian '13

Nick is a Taurus and makes some sculptures, some actions, and some images.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Flower Series

Flower Series

Rebeca Baudille '12

Rebeca studies Visual Arts and Literature.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Untitled

Untitled

Camille Rocconova '12

Camille Rocconova '12: Untitled

Camille Roccanova lives in a house in upstate New York.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Untitled

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Brittany Kleinschnitz '13

Brittany Kleinschnitz '13: Untitled

Brittany Kleinschnitz is a junior and studies Visual Arts, with a focus in photography and printmaking, and Literature.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Empire State #64

Empire State #64

Alex Hovet '14

Alex Hovet '14: Empire State #64

Alex Hovet looks a lot and doesn't say much.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Self-Portrait with a Wig

Self-Portrait with a Wig

Eddie Sitt '13

Eddie Sitt '13: Self Portrait with a Wig

Eddie Sitt '13: Self-Portrait with a Wig

April 2012 - Comments Off on Radio Images of Quasar 3C334

Radio Images of Quasar 3C334

Pratham Joshi '13

Pratham Joshi '13: Radio Images of Quasar 3C334

Pratham is a science student interested in the interdisciplinary study of astronomy and computing.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Moon

Moon

Erick Daniszewski '14

Erick Daniszewski '14: Moon

Bio: "I could have gone on flying through space forever." - Yuri Gagarin

April 2012 - Comments Off on sngllmdr: 507s

sngllmdr: 507s

Robert DeLanghe '12

Robert DeLanghe '12: sngllmdr: 507s

Explorer of the tedious, meticulous, and experimental. (Architect/Sculptor)

April 2012 - Comments Off on Untitled

Untitled

Justin Gowen '12

Justin Gowen '12: Untitled

Justin studies and practices communication with sculpture & drawing.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Houston

Houston

Mena Ahmed '13

Mena Ahmed '13: Houston

April 2012 - Comments Off on Vacation

Vacation

Jordan Kaplan '12

Jordan Kaplan '12: Vacation

April 2012 - Comments Off on Otto’s Room

Otto’s Room

Alison Walker '12

Alison Walker '12: Otto's Room

Alison Walker is a photography and costume design concentration who has been focusing on camera obscura projects since June of 2011.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Meat Market

Meat Market

Paul Stoicheff '13

Paul Stoicheff '13: Meat Market

April 2012 - Comments Off on Blanket from Leftover Yarn

Blanket from Leftover Yarn

Glennis Henderson '15

Glennis Henderson loves color, knitting, design, and swimming.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Contact Portraits

Contact Portraits

Izzy Miller '15

Izzy miller is a first year at Bennington studying theater and stuff.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Marble Course Sound Installation

Marble Course Sound Installation

Jo-Anne Hyun '12

Jo-Anne Hyun '12: Marble Course Sound Installation

A sound experience created by placing glass marbles on an interactive sound score made from wood, steel, and one of the walls in VAPA.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Abandoned House Series

Abandoned House Series

Nataly von Pflug '15

Nataly von Pflug was born in 1993, grew up in Germany and moved to the United States with her family about 4 years ago where she now pursues an education and career in photography.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Belvedere Castle, Vienna

Belvedere Castle, Vienna

India K '12

India K '12: Belvedere Castle, Vienna


India K explores the concept of nostalgia and the past through photography and mixed media work.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Untitled

Untitled

Justin Gowen '12

Justin Gowen '12: Untitled

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Justin studies and practices communication with sculpture & drawing.

April 2012 - Comments Off on Press

Press

Mena Ahmed '13

Mena Ahmed '13: Press

April 2012 - Comments Off on Untitled

Untitled

Paul Stoicheff '13

Paul Stoicheff '13: Untitled

April 2012 - Comments Off on puke

puke

smitty idk

smitty idk: puke


i love dat rocky mountain wata

April 2012 - Comments Off on Untitled

Untitled

Camille Rocconova '12

Camille Rocconova '12: Untitled

Camille Roccanova lives in a house in upstate New York.

April 2012 - Comments Off on [napkin] A self portrait at age 22.

[napkin] A self portrait at age 22.

Theo Koppel '12

Theo Koppel '12: A self portrait at age 22.

Theo Koppel started studying dance at Bennington college and found himself completely "imerced" in it.

April 2012 - Comments Off on 2011-08-03_11-21-28_101: 52 Hertz

2011-08-03_11-21-28_101: 52 Hertz

Robert DeLanghe '12

Robert DeLanghe '12: 2011-08-03_11-21-28_101: 52 Hertz

Explorer of the tedious, meticulous, and experimental. (Architect/Sculptor)

April 2012 - Comments Off on Tumor

Tumor

Jordan Kaplan '12

Jordan Kaplan '12: Tumor

April 2012 - Comments Off on Whale Watch

Whale Watch

Brittany Kleinschnitz '13

Brittany Kleinschnitz '13: Whale Watch

Brittany Kleinschnitz is a junior and studies Visual Arts, with a focus in photography and printmaking, and Literature.

November 2011 - Comments Off on Freckles

Freckles

Alaina Gercak '15: Freckles

Alaina is a freshman studying writing, social science, environmentalism, and a bit of art, who enjoys making and taking pictures.

November 2011 - Comments Off on Desert Turbines

Desert Turbines

Thomas Bruno '14: Desert Turbines

Thomas Bruno likes taking photos especially with 35mm cameras.

November 2011 - Comments Off on Untitled

Untitled

Sierra Hollister '15: Untitled

Sierra Hollister is a first year at Bennington and has been taking Intro to Relief Printing during the fall term.

November 2011 - Comments Off on Untitled

Untitled

Emma Villavecchia '14: Untitled

Emma is from Barcelona and studies Dance and Visual Arts.

November 2011 - Comments Off on The Topology of Human Networks Online

The Topology of Human Networks Online

A current research topic of mine has been the architecting of social groupings and communities to shape the topology of human networks online. It's a new discipline that merges traditional computer security, social science, cognitive hacking, and computational ethology to think concretely about influence and behavior on the internet. Mathematical models that quantify the topological characteristics of complex networks provide insights into a system's controllability. My work comprises of the manufacturing, distribution, and automation of personas that are "socialbots" - robots that attempt to emulate every attribute of a person. The bots then attempt to influence human targets to behave in certain ways.

Through this work, the I'm particularly interested in the fabrication of social prosthetics to provide missing features to a network. Conducting the bots to lower frictions that prevent stories, ideas and other features of a network from being shared and distributed to other users. With community detection capabilities, bots can identify users with similar interests and group them to have heavier edges within the network. Modeling a network allows socialbots to act tactically based on user relations and interests. Recent field test results suggest increased human to human interaction in a network with deployed socialbots. This work is the first of it's kind to demonstrates the use of automation tools to shape online communities at a large scale.

Max Nanis '12: Community Detection on My Own Personal Twitter Account

Max Nanis '12: A Network Prior to Bot Activity

Max Nanis '12: The Same Network After Bot Activity

November 2011 - Comments Off on Untitled

Untitled

Camille Roccanova '12: Untitled

Camille Roccanova is from upstate New York.

November 2011 - Comments Off on Cloud Gazing

Cloud Gazing

Sarah Fetterman ' 14: Cloud Gazing

Sarah Fetterman ' 14: Cloud Gazing

Take your thumb and trace the curving lines and gnarls of an old piece of wood, you'll find it there.