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P L A S M: An Immersive Audiovisual Installation

Thursday, Jun. 26th, 8:00PM–9:30PM
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Join us Thursday evening after closing hours in The Dali/Mahaffey plaza for an audiovisual installation by Dutch resident artist TeZ called PLASM. PLASM evokes an endless voyage through a continually transforming biological landscape. Like a life-like process, it’s an endless flow of mutations, seamlessly and constantly evolving; it is a composition with no beginning and no ending. Each frame is re-generated, pixel by pixel, according to the original “reaction-diffusion” algorithm. PLASM is part of a series exploring Form Generation. More information.

PLASM is an art-science piece supported by USF’s Institute of Research in Art, in collaboration with David Fries at the Institute.
This installation will be presented in The Dali/Mahaffey Plaza on the outer north side of the Museum.

PLASM was generously funded and supported by:

Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst
Mondriaan Fonds
Hexagram-Concordia Montreal
USF Institute of Research in Art, Tampa

Please note:
This is an informal event and chairs will not provided.

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