Dance on Screen exhibition and panel discussion | Arts & Culture

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Dance on Screen exhibition and panel discussion

Dance on Screen exhibition and panel discussion

Thursday, September 11, 2014

12:00-7:00pm, North Campus Research Complex, Studio 520

Kinetic Counterpoint at the PUPP (Pop-Up Projection Pavilion)

Join Peter Sparling, NCRC Artist-in-Residence and Rudolf Arnheim Distinguished Professor of Dance, for showings of new, multi-layered video works made specifically for his 3-screen projection system, featuring the PUPP designed by Robert Adams, U-M professor of architecture and co-director of Adams + Gilpin Design Studio. Open Studio 12-7:00 PM

Thursday will be a Soirée/Panel Conversation with colleagues from related disciplines from 5:30-7PM

Three-Part Inventions: Hearing, Seeing, and the Play of Memory. Free – no tickets required

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