ROUNDTABLE: ISEA2012 Artists' Collectives

ROUNDTABLE: ISEA2012 Artists' Collectives

presented by 516 ARTS & The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History

Join artists from collectives featured in ISEA2012 including CorpusElectric, a tech-fashion project with youth apprentices led by artists from New Mexico Highlands University and Taos Runway Vigilantes including Megan Jacobs, Miriam Langer, Stacy Romero, Nina Silfverbert and Tatyana de Pavloff; Meow Wolf, a group of 25+ emergin, contemporary artists from Santa Fe including Nicholas Chiarella and Akira Watts; and the EDEN PROJECT, a wasterwater art garden featured at the Alvarado Urban Farm, created by Meridel Rubenstein, Catherine Page Harris, Mark Nelson and Stacey Neff.

Location: The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History, Special Events Room
2000 Mountain Rd. NW, Albuquerque, 505-243-7255, www.cabq.gov/museum

T
ickets: Free with museum admission (free on Sundays before 1pm)

 


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

image: from Eden Again, an installation by Meridel Rubinstein, Catherine Harris, Stacey Neff, Mark Nelson