Gallery: PHOTOS: Students Showcase Interactive Art Made with Salvaged M...

Last month, design lovers were treated to NYU Tisch’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) Winter Show where students presented their fall semester’s work. As the program’s mission is to explore the imaginative use of communications technologies to “improve and bring delight and art in peoples lives”, we were excited to check out what sort of pieces they had designed, and whether they might contribute to a more ecologically-conscious world. We were delighted to find that many artists chose to work with reclaimed materials, including salvaged jeans and a vintage arcade machine, while others created pieces that used minimal materials to call attention to the construction of a more sustainable society. Skip to the jump to see some of our favorites.

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