Graduate Student Talk: Jack Reid

April 7, 2017
Event Types
Talk / Lecture
Public Program
A table top with blue gels under glass and photographs of buildings placed at angles, a slide projection on the back wall

Installation view, Charlotte Moth: Seeing While Moving, MIT List Visual Arts Center, 2017. Photo: Peter Harris Studio

Take a look at the List’s exhibitions from a new perspective. Join Jack Reid (MIT’s Technology & Policy Program and the AeroAstro Department) to discover more about Charlotte Moth: Seeing While Moving.

About the Speaker

Jack Reid is a master’s student in MIT’s Technology & Policy Program and the AeroAstro Department. His research is focused on the design and management of complex, sociotechnical systems, with a particular interest in emergent behavior that occurs when individual actors, particles, or components in simple ways that results in a coherent macro-scale phenomena. When not doing research work, he is involved with advocating for science-based policy through organizations like the Science Policy Initiative. His wife is an architecture student who has taught him the importance of connecting the arts with engineering.

About the Series

Graduate Student Gallery Talks at the List present focused explorations of our current exhibitions and are led by an MIT graduate student. These interdisciplinary talks examine art through the lens of students’ research, backgrounds, and interests. Talks are free and open to the public.