Associate Professor of Music Composition and Technology and CMAP director Michael Theodore created an installation of sound and light in the David B. Smith Gallery in Denver’s Lower Downtown district. The 24 by eight-foot installation is called “Supraliminal,” and captures the attention of any patron. The work alters as one moves in front of it using new approaches to "spatial computing," a technique pioneered by one of Theodore's collaborators, Nikolaus Correll.

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"Supraliminal" Article