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WPI Global Lab Fellowship 2019

Soroush Farzin received the Global Fellowship for the academic year 2019-2020 to spend a term in residence at the Global Lab in the Foisie Innovation Studio, completing the Epistemic Wall, which explores the interface of physical reality and the digital World through an art installation.

“The world is full of uncertainties; we, as academics, sometimes take our limited knowledge too seriously and underestimate the unknown. As a result, our predictive models or our good intentions have unexpected and disastrous results. In this art installation, I will explore interconnectivity of globals project, which together improve understanding of the complexities of the World.”

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