SA+AH presents Visiting Artist Lecture with Adam Brown tonight, March 30th, in Fine Arts Building B, Room 103. The lecture will begin at 6pm followed by a Q&A. Like most of the visiting artist lecture series events this talk is free and open to the public. Support for this lecture comes from UF College of the Arts Council Members Lois and Mark Rule, UF Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere (Rothman Endowment), UF Biodiversity Institute, UF Genetics Institute (UFGI) and UF Biology Department.
Adam Brown is an internationally recognized intermedia artist and researcher whose work incorporates art and science hybrids including living and biological systems, robotics, molecular chemistry and emerging technologies that take the form of installation, interactive objects, video, performance and photography.
Brown’s work has been exhibited his work in international venues including Kapelica Gallery in Ljubljana, Slovenia, ZKM, Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe; Ars Electronica, Linz; Espace Multimedia Gantner, Belfort; Synth-ethic, Vienna; ZeroOne, San Francisco; Brazilian Biennial Emoção Art.ficial 5.0, Sao Paulo. His work has been written about widely in publications such as the New York Times, Wired, Nature, Sculpture Magazine, Washington Post, Forbes, The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Discover and the Huffington Post. Brown currently is an Associate Professor at Michigan State University where he created a new area of study called Electronic Art & Intermedia.
In addition to an active teaching and research practice, Brown directs the BRIDGE Artist in Residency, a program designed to immerse national and international artists within the creative space of scientific inquiry and research at MSU, connecting the arts, sciences and humanities. He is also a Research Fellow at the Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts at Ball State University, and serves as an Artist in Residence for the Michigan State University BEACON (Bio/Computational Evolution in Action Consortium) project, funded by the NSF. He received his BA, MA and MFA from the University of Iowa.
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