This in-person, public workshop with artist Raúl Romero will look at the pairing of objects and sound technology to create installation, listening, and performance opportunities. We will look at the geodesic, General Systems Analysis/Theory inspired by Buckminster Fuller, and create geodesic sound listening stations that also serve as playground objects.
Raúl Romero is a Philadelphia-based artist working in sound, sculpture, installation and performance. He earned a B.A. in Communication from the University of South Florida and an MFA in Sculpture from Yale University School of Art. He currently works at the University of the Arts as a Film Coordinator and Lecturer. Romero has been awarded grants from the Velocity Fund and the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture. He is a member of Vox Populi Gallery and has been a resident artist at RAIR, Recycling Artist in Residence program in Philadelphia.
This event is co-presented by Temple Contemporary and Tyler Architecture and is supported by the Temple University General Activity Fund.