Monday, July 25, 2011

RIT 2011 Graduate Research Symposium

What a great summer! The feedback and turnout for the Analog to Digital show was more than what I had expected, I was very fortunate to have been included in this innovative exhibition at LACDA! (I never thought my work would be amongst Baldessari's, one of my favorite artists and educators of all time.) Most recently I was a presenter on the topic Hybridization: Paradigm of the 21st Century at Rochester Institute of Technology where I presented my thesis progress work and writing at the Graduate Research Symposium 2011. It was a great experience and I was really happy to see a lot of the topics that discussed a vast arrangement of contemporary themes including papers on claycraft, algorithm generation, and video/digital installation. My "Vision Aviators" print was used within its program and signage throughout the event space; it's great to see the collaborative and interdisciplinary efforts from all of the students who attended the symposium which included the school of art, engineering, computer and information sciences, applied sciences, and multidisciplinary studies. There is so much potential with the new Innovation center!

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