COLLISIONfive, the next dimension

a celebration of art and technology
MIT Compton Gallery(bldg 10) Apr 26-May 11, 2003
Opening reception Sun Apr 27th, 1-8pm

Opening Night Post Reception @ River Gods, River Street, Central Square, 9-1am with live music and video.

All events are free!

The MIT Museum, the MIT student art group, ATat (Arts and Technology at tech), and the COLLISIONcollective, present COLLISIONfive, the next dimension, a celebration of art and technology. The fifth event in the popular Collision Series, COLLISIONfive is part of the 2003 Boston Cyberarts Festival and showcases art from MIT students and local artists who use new technologies in their work. Light sculptures, digital-clothing, autonomous robots, sounds-scapes, video installations, and more will be on display over the weekend, with special live performances at the opening on Sunday. Art from JackBackRack, Breyer, Edsinger, Kaufman, Knep, Paluska, Lifton, Laibowitz, Ma, Higgins, Schiessl, Shirvanee, Parkes, Raffle, Stedl, Banks, Gunther, Recht, Vawter, Whitman, Bordeaux, Trainor, Greenwold, Merrill, Tobenfeld, Kent, Tichenor, Cooper, Andesleva and more.

Pictured above are the robot Mortipod by Aaron Edsinger and the Chromodome by Kevin McCormick. These and numerous other works will be seen on opening day and throughout the two weeks.

How do I get there? Enter at 77 Massachusetts avenue and walk straight. You can't miss it. Where is 77 Massachusetts Avenue? It's the main MIT entrance right by the river. See this map for locations of the nearest T-Stop. Bus #1 stops right @ 77 Mass Ave.

The MIT student art group ATat, Arts and Technology at tech, was founded in 2001 to host events showcasing art that incorporates technology. Its first three events have shown the art and performance of over forty MIT and Boston-area artists. These events have seen people of all ages engaged in interactive robotic art, exploring laser lighted spaces, shaking their heads at LED sculptures, listening and dancing to live electronic music and generally having a good time while being introduced to the future of art. Ages 5 to 65 have been represented in the previous audiences --- there's something for everyone.

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funded in part by the council for the arts at mit and the mit graduate student council. mit council for the arts mit graduate student council

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