Casual Computing, a selection of new and existing works by Evan Roth (B.S. Arch '00) "Level Cleared" by Evan Rothhighlights a changing and empowering approach towards technology as it becomes more commonplace. With pieces including prints, sculptures, videos and websites, the work is defined less by medium and genre than by its appropriation of popular culture.
The Collaborative Legacy of Merce Cunningham exhibition reflects on the nature of the work between Merce Cunningham and the equally important artists, composers and designers with whom he created works, and upon his unique method of collaboration on these works “in space and time.”
Using the filters of movement and ritual in architecture, Robert Siegel’s lecture and exhibit entitled “Movement” explains how the kinetic energy of preschool children, the overlapping and multiple choreographed paths of museum visitors, and the high speed secure processing of vehicles at the threshold to the United States form the basis of his work.
A collection of work by Atlanta-based Architect Anthony Ames will be on display beginning September 14th at the University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation’s Kibel Gallery. “Object-Type Landscapes” will include a series of paintings, models and a dinnerware set, both inspired and the inspiration for Ames’ functional yet expressive modernist architecture.