Michael Theodore, director of the ATLAS Center for Media, Arts and Performance and a University of Colorado College of Music faculty member, and Mark Amerika, a CU professor of Art and Art History, talked about their recent work as part of the ATLAS Speaker Series June 25, 2012.
Amerika talked about his Museum of Glitch Aesthetics (MOGA), a new artwork commissioned by the England-based Abandon Normal Devices, that tells the fictional story of The Artist 2.0, an online persona.
Theodore discussed "Field Theory," his current CU Art Museum show, which features his unique synthesis of art, programming and robotics, light and sound. The ATLAS Speakers Series is made possible by a generous donation by Idit Harel Caperton and Anat Harel.
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