Media Corps

Media Corps students support Experimental Humanities initiatives across the college through assistance with faculty and staff projects, digital documentation of EH events, and dissemination of EH work by Bard students, faculty, and staff.

Clementine Williams

Clementine Williams (Brooklyn, NY) is a third year Studio Arts major at Bard, who spends most of her time running between Biology labs in RKC and painting studios in Fisher. To her, creating is a process of play in which time, material, energy, and desire interact to birth artifacts of personal experience. Her work reflects the collage-like elements of thought, remembering, forgetting, coping, and feeling, often at the blurry intersection between digital permanence and human subjectivity. She works primarily in oil paint, however is interested in exploring more of 3D space, both digitally and physically.

Patrick Daniel

Patrick Daniel (he/him) is a third-year Posse Scholar, studying American Studies with a concentration in Experimental Humanities. Hailing from the Big Peach of Atlanta, GA, Patrick is deeply invested in the role of Social Media as an extension of the self in contemporary society. He is particularly interested in the rise of Influencer culture, and how mass media platforms have been utilized for both Commercial and Social gain. With his experience in content creation, Patrick is also captivated by the role of media in the realms of Public Relations and Digital Media Marketing. 

Maha Abdulwahab

Maha Abdulwahab (she/her) is a junior transfer student from AUCA, currently pursuing a major in Computer Science at Bard College. Her academic journey is deeply rooted in a passion for technology, art, and social media. In particular, Maha’s interests extend to the realms of data science and artificial intelligence, where she seeks to explore the captivating intersection of these fields.

Luka Gotsiridze

Luka Gotsiridze (he/they) is a graduate student of Human Rights & the Arts from the country of Georgia. They are an artist and researcher interested in exploring how emotional consciousness can enhance meaningful connections with ourselves and others, while also critically examining the pervasive impact of normalized systems of oppression. Luka’s artistic expression flows through experimental arts that encompass performance, live arts, writing, photography, sonic storytelling, virtualscape, and filmmaking.

Scarlet Orner

Scarlet Orner (she/her) is a junior studying Film & Electronic Arts with a concentration in Experimental Humanities. She is from Los Angeles. Scarlet is interested in the potential of generative AI in reshaping our current media landscape, with a particular focus on the emerging genre of “deepfake satire”  where deepfake technology is harnessed for comedic purposes. With her background as a classically trained cellist, she is also passionate about sound’s capacity to enhance film and television. 

Catherine Chen

Catherine Chen (she/her) is a Fresh-more international student from China. She is considering Psychology and maybe philosophy as majors, with a concentration on data science/ environmental studies/ or experimental humanity. She’s still pretty much exploring the new environment. She is very interested in the culture and environment in relation to geographical locations around the world, therefore, she loves talking with people from different backgrounds, and loves exploring the map. She also loves dancing (all kinds of dance), theater, cooking, photography, and traveling. She is very excited to start working with all the amazing people from EH and help with projects related to visual presentation of mapping. 

Samantha Simon

Samantha Simon (she/her) is a sophomore Art History and Visual Culture major with a concentration in Experimental Humanities. She is interested in the impact technology and digital literacy have on human development, digital nativity, and material/consumer culture. She’s especially passionate about the influence of media on socio-emotional development. In her free time, Samantha enjoys running, writing, cooking, engaging with all kinds of art (especially theater), and being in constant conversation. 

Anna Likhanova

Anna Likhanova (she/her) is a junior majoring in Studio Arts and Computer Science and concentrating in Experimental Humanities. Coming from Russia, Anna is passionate about human rights and the ways art and technology can become a symbol of resilience. She is also interested in game design and hopes to make it her career one day.

Inju Keum

Inju Keum (she/her) is a BardBacc student and a second year Architecture major at Bard. She is from Washington Heights, NYC. She has worked as both a publisher/bookmaker  and independent artist. In the past her publishing projects have been linked to galleries and experimental art spaces in NYC, Brussels and Tokyo.
Her current project is developing and navigating a space called Fahrenheit 451 House in Catskill Village. 

Kateryna Panikhina

Kateryna Panikhina (she/her) is a first-year international student from Ukraine, planning to major in Computer Science with a concentration in Mind, Brain, and Behavior. She is fascinated by the intersection of technology, design, and media, constantly seeking ways to connect these diverse fields through her work. Outside of her academic pursuits, she finds joy in singing with Bard Harmonies, an a cappella group on campus that she co-leads with a close friend. She is particularly interested in data visualization and user experience, intrigued by how interfaces can shape our perception of information. Inspired by the impactful work of EH on campus and beyond, she is excited to join this amazing team and collaborate on various projects.