Arts

Nemo Gould - David H. Liu Memorial Lecture

Sponsored by Design Group, Mechanical Engineering

When

Thursday, February 28, 2013
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
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Where

Bldg 550, Atrium
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This event is open to:
Everyone

Admission
Free

Event Details:

"Artist Nemo Gould (A.K.A. “nemomatic”) is a compulsive collector of things, and builder of all sorts. All of his work is made from found materials which he gathers from around his Oakland, CA studio. These Assemblage works can be described as “Kinetic Sculpture” or “Automata”. These terms refer to art which incorporates motion, light, sound, and interactivity with the viewer. Recurring themes of robots, creatures, and vehicles reveal the artist’s love of science fiction, mechanical design, and the generally bizarre."

The Liu Lectures are hosted by the Stanford Design Program.  David H. Liu was a member of this community in the 1990's when he tragically passed away. David's family, in connection with the Stanford Design Program, support the lecture series.

Admission Info

Free