March 25, 2015

Tomás Saraceno, spring 2015 Lazarus Artist-in-Residency

Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)
Tomás Saraceno, In Orbit. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, K21 Ständehaus, Düsseldorf 2013. Photography: Studio Tomás Saraceno, © 2013. Courtesy the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.

The spring 2015 Lazarus Artist-in-Residency explores Art & Science and invites artist Tomás Saraceno to engage in cross-disciplinary projects and conversations with scientists, engineers, and MICA faculty and students to explore themes such as gravity, flight, interstellar space and aerial photography/views.

Lazarus Artist-in-Residency 
Tomás Saraceno
Out of This Planet, Conversations in Art and Science

Monday, March 30–Friday, April 3, 2015

As part of the Lazarus Artist-in-Residency, MICA will host a panel discussion with artist Tomás Saraceno, astro-physicist Mario Livio, and former astronaut Marsha Ivins.

Moderated by Luca Buvoli, artist and program director of MICA’s Mount Royal School of Art, the participants will share their discoveries and methods of exploring space and discuss their approaches to decoding its mysteries and speculating about its future. Our hope is that this cross-disciplinary dialogue will inspire new ways of thinking, making and imagining what is possible in the studio, in the lab, out of the studio, out of the lab and even perhaps out of this planet!


About the Maryland Institute College of Art
Founded in 1826, the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) is the oldest continuously degree-granting college of art in the nation. MICA has become a leader in the education of artists and designers by fostering a community of talented, creative individuals committed to redefining the boundaries of art and design and to expanding their own vision and perspective through continuous study.

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