Art Exhibits, Art Events, Museums & Attractions

Michael Theodore: micro/macro

When: Sept. 9-Nov. 19 2016

New York City native Michael Theodore has always been fascinated by nature and the patterns that the natural world manifests. Rather than focus on field recordings of birdsong, this accomplished composer imitates using the most advanced tech available to him. He directs the ATLAS Center for Media, Arts and Performance at CU Boulder, an institute dedicated to incorporating cutting-edge technology in art. Tonight is the opening for a massive new installation by Theodore, titled micro/macro. Expect GOCA 1420 at UCCS to be filled with light and sound, as well as robotic components. The whole thing is full of sensors that will cause it to respond to the room around it. If you miss opening night, keep your calendar open in November — Theodore will be giving an artist lecture and a musical performance as half of Psychoangelo with Glen Whitehead of UCCS. 5-8 p.m., 1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy., — Griffin Swartzell

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