Chris Abrams, Visiting Artist - Friday, November 16 (6pm food; 6:30pm talk/workshop)
Posted on November 8, 2012
If you've ever thought about how art, science, computers and everyday objects can come together to do cool things, come to The Whale Lab for pizza and an interactive session with multidisciplinary artist and maker Chris Abrams. Science Center 1315.
"Christopher Abrams is an artist and designer with a constantly evolving multimedia practice. His work focuses on constructing, programming, or engineering chance and unpredictability into otherwise ordered structures and environments.
Abrams graduated Harvard University’s Visual Arts Program and earned a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Sculpture from the Massachusetts College of Art. He currently teaches Sculpture and New Media courses at Brandeis University and Emmanuel College, and serves as a Thesis Advisor at Rhode Island School of Design’s School of Architecture. He also has taught at Boston University and Emerson College. He lives and works in Waltham, Massachusetts."
Sponsored by the Computer Science Department, Art & Art History Department, the Beard & Weil Galleries, The WHALE Lab, and the Evelyn Danzig Haas '39 Visiting Artist Program.