Posted Friday, September 14, 2012
Dee Perry previews this year's Ingenuity Fest with two artists who take their work to the next level through technology. Cleveland Institute of Art professor Scott Ligon explains how he's creating a communal art work this weekend using I-Pad technology. Plus, sound artist James Murray describes his table-top modular synthesizer that will place the creation of music into the hands of the festival goer.
Arts and Culture, Music, Painting, Technology
Scott Ligon, artist
James Murray, artist
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