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Matt Mullican: Beyond the Planetarium

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      “I went from being surrounded by things—dealing with how we name them and how we experience our environment through naming—to the opposite end of the spectrum: starting with nothing, then calling the objects into being.”

—Matt Mullican, “Planetarium

Planetarium: Matt Mullican

A digital project, part of And Yet It Moves
  • Matt Mullican was born in 1951 and currently resides in Berlin. Working in performance, installation, digital technology, and sculpture, and employing tools ranging from hypnosis to cartography, Mullican seeks to develop a cosmological system based on his personal visual and symbolic vocabulary. His work has been exhibited extensively in the US and internationally.
“Planetarium” was commissioned by Triple Canopy as part of its Internet as Material project area, supported in part by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts and the Brown Foundation, Inc. of Houston. Tags: Artist ProjectTechnology

https://www.canopycanopycanopy.com/contents/planetarium

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