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The National Gallery of Art is the first American art museum to invite teams of data scientists and art historians to analyze, contextualize, and visualize their permanent collection data.
On March 24th in Seattle, Professor of Art Golan Levin will present a critical assessment of STEM-to-STEAM education.
The MoonArk is a massive collaborative and integrated project intended to spark wonderment for future humans through poetically entangled visual narratives of the arts, humanities, sciences and technologies.
For two days in September, Google brings together some of Pittsburgh’s leading designers, artists, technologists, and researchers, including School of Art faculty.
A new collaboration between CMU’s Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry and CMoA aims to identify, annotate, and organize visually distinctive features through the use of advanced machine learning and computer vision techniques.
Golan Levin is an artist, engineer, researcher and educator interested in new intersections of machine code, visual culture, and critical making. His work combines equal measures of the whimsical, the provocative, and the sublime in an eclectic variety of online, installation and performance media. Through responsive artifacts, virtual environments, and media provocations, Levin applies creative… Read more »
Professor Levin was featured by Houston Public Media’s Art Insight about his interactive installation “Ghost Pole Propagator” at the 2016 Day for Night Festival. Watch a video of Professor Levin’s work here
INSTINT assembles an international roster of acclaimed creators to explore the intersection of art, technology and interaction.
Golan Levin presents a large-scale interactive laser installation December 12-18 at the Day for Night Festival, Houston, TX.