The emergent joint master degree has its first alumni in impressive positions and paving their individual paths both in Europe and internationally. From freelance curating and arts festival management, to project officers of local & international cultural projects. From art & science projects to research at the phd level, MediaAC graduates make a strong entrance into the global scene.

 

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Seda Shekoyan
Country: Armenia
Master thesis: The Conversations: When Talks Become Curatorial Knowledge
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Natalia Dabrowska
Country: Poland
Master thesis: Public policies for the video games industry with special focus on support available in Poland
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Kasyoka Mwanzia
Country: Kenya
Master thesis: Business Game State of Play: Case Studies on Decision Making in Business Game Companies
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Andre Mintz
Country: Brazil
Master thesis: M.A. Media Arts Cultures (MediaAC consortium). Thesis title: Reimagining the internet: prospective connectivity paradigms in art and activism
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Lia Carreira
Country: Brazil
Master thesis: Experimental Curating in times of the Perpetual Beta: strategies and platforms for online-based art
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Nada Bakr
Country: Egypt
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MD Saiful Alam Chowdhury
Country: Bangladesh
Master thesis: Mediatization of Culture in Developing Country
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Xue Yu
Country: China
Master thesis: Social Interaction and Cultural Production in Participating Danmu: A case study of Bilibili video sharing website
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Asim Hameed
Country: Pakistan
Master thesis: Virtuality to Virtualization: A Case for the Affective Body in the Development of Virtual Reality Systems
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Hua-Chun Fan
Country: Taiwan
Master thesis: How do digital technologies affect the aesthetics of Japanese calligraphy art and culture?
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Ping-Yi Chen
Country: Taiwan
Master thesis: What future for minorities: speculative design and media arts in East Asia
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Samik Kharel
Country: Nepal
Master thesis: Politics of Manipulated Images
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