Graduate Student Talk: Sue Ding

December 2, 2015
Event Types
Talk / Lecture
Large oil drilling rigs against a murky blue sky is projected on a large cinematic screen in a dark gallery.

Installation view, Rosa Barba: The Color Out of Space, MIT List Visual Art Center, 2015.

Take a look at the List’s exhibitions from a new perspective. Join us to discover Rosa Barba: The Color Out of Space through this interdisciplinary gallery talk, led by a member of the MIT graduate student community.

This talk will be led by Sue Ding, a documentary filmmaker and multimedia producer, and current Master’s student in MIT’s Comparative Media Studies department.  She has worked on arts/culture and public affairs projects for media outlets including PBS, WGBH, Tumblr, and International Channel Shanghai. Her production credits also include several Emmy Award-winning programs for New York City’s public television stations.

At MIT, Sue works at the Open Documentary Lab and explores new approaches to nonfiction storytelling. Her research interests include emerging media technologies, identity construction, and visual culture. She is also passionate about pop culture, travel, art, social justice, and mythology and folklore.