IAS News

Carrie Bodle selected for Immersive Design Residency at Fallingwater

Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater house

IAS faculty member Carrie Bodle was selected for a Fallingwater Institute Immersive Design Residency at the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater house. The residency brought together professionals who design immersive, virtual environments for a studio-based residency program exploring best practices in immersive design in one of America’s most significant works of architecture. 

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Carrie Bodle selected for exhibition at the NY Hall of Science

IAS faculty member Carrie Bodle exhibits two works from her Waveforms and Wavelines series at the New York Hall of Science as part of the Science Inspires Art: OCEAN  exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations (ASCI) and co-juried by Diana Moore, D&R Greenway Art Galleries, and John Stegeman, Senior Scientist & Director at the Center of Ocean and Human Health at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The exhibition presents ...

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Carrie Bodle Gives Artist Talk

IAS faculty member Carrie Bodle gave an artist talk on her work at Glass Box Gallery in Seattle on June 29. Bodle highlighted her visual and sound artworks from 2002-2016 which are immersive installations that explore the relationships between art and science, translating inaudible or invisible phenomena into sensible experiences. This talk is ...

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Carrie Bodle and Amaranth Borsuk Receive Juried Award for their Collaborative Installation Wave Signs

IAS faculty members Carrie Bodle and Amaranth Borsuk have received the $10,000 grand prize in the juried exhibition Giant Steps: Artist Residency on the Moon for their collaborative installation Wave Signs. Giant Steps challenged artists to imagine what they could create if they had 48 hours on the lunar surface with one accompanying astronaut to assist them.

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Amaranth Borsuk and Carrie Bodle Exhibit Collaborative Installation Wave Signs

For the exhibition Giant Steps: Artist Residency on the Moon, IAS faculty members Amaranth Borsuk and Carrie Bodle have created a proposal for a hypothetical artwork to be installed on the moon and a gallery installation that brings the concept of their work to life.

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