Choose your boldest and brightest cyber chic attire to wear to Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art’s annual fundraiser, SMoCA Mix 2017: TECH Sublime. This year’s event provides an evening of interactive technology and media with an artistic perspective. Collaborating artists: Squidsoup, an international artists collective based in the United Kingdom; Los Angeles-based new media performance artist Tiffany Trenda; and Synthesis Center, David Tinapple and Charis Elliot from the School of Arts, Media and Engineering, a collaborative initiative between the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and the ASU Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Also on display: Nam June Paik’s 1992 work Electro-Symbio Phonics, a landmark video and neon sculpture featuring three robot figures containing 61 TV monitors and four neon panels depicting symbols of human communication, technology and biology.
All guests will experience SmoCA transformed by artist-driven technology and new media.