Performer dancing on the floor in front of large wooden structure.

"to get under, you have to lose" is an exploration of impermanence

Jan. 10, 2020

A new show by Laura Ann Samuelson that explores "the gap between the laws of physics and the mechanics of a psyche."

michelle ellsworth

Daily Camera: Interim ATLAS CMAP director Michelle Ellsworth wins 2019 Doris Duke Artist Award

July 21, 2019

“The body and dance is actually a really potent platform to discuss technology in society and current geopolitical situations,” she said.

Michael Theodore plays electric guitar in a sold-out show at Issue Project Room in Brooklyn on June 26.

Michael Theodore rocks in music and art world

Theodore had a busy and interesting summer, performing alongside Francisco López in a sold-out show at Issue Project Room in Brooklyn.

Emily Daub performs a modern dance while wearing LED-lighted outfits that she designed and constructed herself.

"The Show" explores relationships through dance and digital technology

May 1, 2018

TAM senior Emily Daub is fascinated by how people are changed by their relationships. In her ambitious dance performance, she explores these ideas, featuring a wide range of dance styles and dance costumes that she designed with embedded wearable technology.

Michael Theodore points to a large cartoon drawing that he drew of a man at a piano and another man holding loud and soft signs.

Michael Theodore’s “The (Art) Machines are Coming” part of CU Boulder Next

April 4, 2018

The director of ATLAS Institute’s Center for Media Arts and Performance travels to Washington D.C. to discuss the special relationship artists have with technology.

Exhibit-goers at "Quantified Self"

Theater-goers’ online identities on stage for “Quantified Self”

June 7, 2016

Data is currency, bought and sold. Do you know where your info goes?

Photo of Theodore's art machine exhibit

Michael Theodore’s art machine is as smart as you are

Feb. 15, 2016

Michael Theodore, director of the ATLAS Center for Media Art and Performance, has created an installation,"Supraliminal," that senses its viewers.