Eric Singer: Living in the Future
Through June 26
SPACE, 812 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh PA
PITTSBURGH, PA: Artist Eric Singer invites you to look ahead, play along and enjoy the ride. Singer’s collection of new work, Living in The Future, creates a retro-proto-spective by combining sound, video, robotics and technology. Despite the absence of flying cars, jet packs and personal worm holes, Eric Singer takes visitors on a forward-thinking, sensate journey.
About Eric Singer
Eric Singer is a post-media experiential artist, musician, engineer, programmer, and Founder/ Artistic Director of LEMUR: League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots. Singer holds a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon; a Diploma in Music Synthesis from Berklee College of Music; and an M.S. in Computer Science from New York University. With more than 20 years of experience in creating electronic musical instruments, interactive performances and installations, musical robots, fire art, pyrotechnic spectacles and guerilla street performances, Singer performs and lectures around the world and teaches a wide range of art and technology subjects. He is known internationally for his work as well as his software and hardware products for interactive art creation. In 1988, Singer founded the New York City regional Burning Man. He subsequently co-founded the NYC machine, fire arts collective, The Madagascar Institute and has taught electronic art and performance at New York University. He returned to Pittsburgh in 2009 and is actively involved with the local arts scene.
SPACE is located at 812 Liberty Avenue, Downtown Pittsburgh Cultural District.
Gallery Hours: Wednesday & Thursday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.;
Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
[Exhibit hours are extended during Three Rivers Arts Festival]
Free and open to the public
SPACE is a Project of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
For more information call (412) 325-7723 or visit spacepittsburgh.org
91.3fm WYEP is the media sponsor for SPACE
Exhibition runs through June 26
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