Sunday, September 23, 4:15pm & 5:00pm
Location: Tricklock Performance Laboratory, 110 Gold Ave SW, next door to The Box
Tickets: 4:15pm show: Included in ISEA2012 registration. 5:00pm show: $10. Available at door
CorpusElectric is a tech-fashion collaboration between Media Arts students from New Mexico Highlands University, the Taos Runway Vigilantes and students from the ISEA2012 Visiting Artists Teaching Program. Workshops are being held in Taos and Las Vegas, New Mexico. Focusing on girls and technology, participants develop STEM skills through integrating technology into wearable costumes and accessories, and in production of multimedia backdrops and lighting. The project is lead by artists Megan Jacobs, Miriam Langer, Stacy Romero, Nina Silfverberg and Tatyana de Pavloff. The CorpusElectric collective presents a fashion show during Intel Education Day.
Performers: Johnny Alvarez, Daniela de Angeli, Mary Basler, Nick Cassados, Gabe Garcia, Elizabeth Gomez, Miriam Langer, Dania Loya, Stephanie Marcus, Tatyana de Pavloff, Stacy Romero, Shanoa Leigh Rosby, Nina Silfverberg, Deanna Threadgill, Matthew Threadgill, Daisy Trudell, Siah Trudell, Tara Trudell & Shawna Yambire
ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness is a symposium, multi-site exhibition and season-long series of programs around the region, all exploring the intersection of art, science and technology. It focuses on the natural environment and how technology can help sustain life on Earth. ISEA2012, organized and produced by 516 ARTS, features over 100 artists and over 400 presenters from 29 countries. For more information, visit www.isea2012.org