Scott Laderman, associate professor, History, has published the book Empire in Waves: A Political History of Surfing. It can be found here.
Eun-Hyung Suh, associate professor, Art & Design, has her newest work Untold Stories featured at the Salisbury University Galleries March 5th - April 18th. More info
Jason Ford, associate profressor, Philosophy. "How I took Phantoms to India and Brought Some Quantum Panpsychism Back" The poster was designed in the Vizlab and was presented at the Internationalizing the Curriculum & Campus Conference.
Chikatoshi Sugimoto, Ryoko Yanagisawa, Ryuta Nakajima and Yuzuru Ikeda. "Observations of schooling behaviour in the oval squid Sepioteuthis lessoniana in coastal waters of Okinawa Island" Department of Chemistry, Biology and Marine Sciences, University of the Ryukyus, Nishihara, Okinawa 903-0213, Japan and Department of Art and Design, University of Minnesota, Duluth, Minnesota 55812-3041, USA. Article
Steve Bardolph, assistant professor, Art & Design, presented initial outcomes from Confused Herring: Promoting Lake Superior Herring as a Sustainable Local Food Source with MFA graduate student Dustin Thompson at A Salute to Lake Superior’s Sustainable Fisheries on November 13, 2012 at the McNamara Alumni Center in Minneapolis, MN. Bardolph is the principal investigator in this Institute on the Environment funded interdisciplinary project with collaboration from graphic design graduate students, scientists, local fishermen, restaurateurs, chefs, and grocers in partnership with Minnesota Sea Grant and the UMD Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab. The project is also part of AIGA’s Design for Good, "a movement to ignite, accelerate, and amplify design-driven social change.” Confused Herring’s Episode 1 and Episode 2 on harvesting and cooking Lake Superior Herring are available on YouTube.
Steve Bardolph, MFA graduate student Chenxi Jin, and Viz Lab Director Lisa Fitzpatrick cooked and spoke about Lake Superior Herring as an easy, local, sustainable, in-season, and tasty dinner option on KBJR 6 and Range 11 News Today in collaboration with Minnesota Sea Grant on November 20, 2012.
Dr. Beth E. Koch, Assistant Professor of Design presented "Perception
of Typefaces: A Quantitative Visual Methodology" at TypeCon 2012
[sponsored by the Society of Typographic Aficionados (SOTA)] in
Milwaukee, WI on August 5th, 2012.
“Emotions in typographic design: Gender differences” was presented at the 44th Annual Conference of the International Visual Literacy Association [IVLA 2012] in Portland, ME on October 11, 2012.
"Emotions in Typographic Design: An empirical examination" was published in the current issue of Visible Language, an international peer-reviewed journal (46.3), concerned with research and ideas that help define the unique role and properties of written language. Visible Language
Ron T. Marchese, professor, College of Liberal Arts, along with Marlene Breau, received the R. L. Shep Ethnic Textiles Book Award.
This is an award given annually by TSA to a book which has been nominated and reviewed by committee, that is considered to represent "the best book of the year in the field of ethnic textiles". It was selected among the fifteen nominated books. Sept, 2012
Ron T. Marchese, professor, College of Liberal Arts, along with Marlene Breau, has a new book out, "Splendor and Pageantry: Textile Treasures from the Armenian Orthodox Churches of Istanbul. The book, published by Citlembik Publishing, features a detailed study of Armenian arts and crafts. It is an extensive catalogue of sacred textiles in Istanbul Armenian churches, published in February, 2011.
A.A. Heikal. "Snapshot of lipid domains in Model and Plasma Membranes." Department of Chemistry, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska, March 30, 2011.
A.A. Heikal. "Specialized lipid domains: From model systems to functional biomembranes." Department of Chemistry, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN, March 11, 2011.
A.A. Heikal. "Cellular Autofluorescence: Opportunities and Challenges." 8th Advanced Imaging Methods, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, January 19 - 21, 2011.
Ford, Jason, Philosophy. "Defending 'Consciousness, Self and Attention'," poster presentation at the 2011 APA Pacific Division meeting, held at the Hilton Bayfront in San Diego, CA, on April 20-23, 2011.
Ford, Jason, Philosophy. "Defending 'Consciousness, Self and Attention'," poster presentation, Poster Session 1, Towards a Science of Consciousness 2010, Tucson, AZ, April 14, 2010.
Moen R, Rasmussen JR, Burdett CL, Pelican KM. 2010. Hematology, serum chemistry, and body mass of free-ranging and captive Canada lynx in Minnesota.Journal of Wildlife Diseases 46(1):13-22.
Data Flow 2: Visualizing Information in Graphic Design Publisher: Gestalten. Editors: R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, T. Tissot, N. Bourquin. David Bowen Release Date: February 2010
"Divine Daisy, a Transpersonal Tale," by Bud McClure, Psychology, College of Education and Health Science Professions. Bumblebee Hollow Press, Cloquet, MN, 2010.
Dr. Justin Rubin, Associate Professor of Music, Chair of Composition and Theory "From Stabat mater to Totengräbers Heimweh: Schubert's Propinquity to Pergolesi," The Schubertian, the journal of the British-based Schubert Institute (October, 2008). Dr. Marshall Hampton, Mathematics. A mathematical coloring book, 2009. http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/a-mathematical-coloring-book/4016421
Ladderman, Scott. Hollywood's Vietnam, 1929 - 1964: Scripting Intervention, Spotlighting Injustice. Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 7, No.4, 578-607 (2009)
Rother, M. A. Effects of incompressible surfactant on thermocapillary interactions of spherical drops. Int. J. Multiphase Flow 35, 417-426 (2009).
Rother, M. A., and Davis, R. H. Buoyancy-driven breakup of an isolated drop with surfactant. Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 044501 (2008).
Vivarium in Context, in S. Barnish, L.C. Ruggini, L. Cuppo, R. Marchese, and M. Breu. Centre for Medieval Studies: Pozzo Publishers, Vincenza, Italy (2008).
"Images of the Divine: Sacred Embroideries from the Armenian Patriarchate in Istanbul", with M. Breu in S. Barnish, L.C. Ruggini, L. Cuppo, R. Marchese, and M. Breu, Vivarium in Context, Centre for Medieval Studies: Pozzo Publishers, Venice, Italy (2008), pp. 77 - 140.
"A Sense of Community and the Glorification of God: A Unique Collection of Sacred Material" with M. Breu in 2009 Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, New Orleans, April, 2009.
"Social Cohesion and Cultural Expressions: The Case of the Sacred Textiles in the Armenian Orthodox Churches of Istanbul" with M. Breu, 11th Biennial International Congress of the Textile Society of America 2008 Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii, September, 2008.
Dunham, D. "Creating Regular Repeating Hyperbolic Patterns" at the 5th International Conference on Math and Design, in Blumenau, Brazil, in July, 2007
Dunham, D."An Algorithm to Generate Repeating Hyperbolic Patterns" at the Sixth Interdisciplinary Conference of The International Society of the Arts, Mathematics, and Architecture (ISAMA), College Station, Texas, May 18-21, 2007
Dr. Justin Rubin, Associate Professor of Music, Chair of Composition and Theory, and John Merigliano: "The Pale Memory" originally presented as "The Poetry of Time and the Disorientation of Memory" at the IAS on October 1, 2007 http://www.ias.umn.edu/media/PaleMemory.php
Poster presentations using layout designed in collaboration with SFA Faculty at the Viz Lab.:
E.T. Brown, and T.C. Johnson, "Initial XRF results from the Lake Malawi sedimentary record" GSA Abstracts with Programs 38(7) 2006 Annual Meeting Philadelphia, October 2006. Paper No. 28-19.
E.T. Brown, T.C. Johnson, C.A. Scholz, J.E. King and A.S. Cohen "D-O Events in the Southern Tropics of East Africa? Initial XRF Results From the Lake Malawi Drilling Project" Eos Trans. AGU, 87(52), 2006. Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December, 2006 Abstract PP13A-1587
E.T. Brown, "Twentieth Century ground-truthing of Lake Malawi climate proxies" Eos. Trans. American Geophysical Union, 86(52), 2005 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2005, Abstract PP21A-1548
Eleanor Hannah Viz Lab resources were used to create a catalog for the Richard I. Bong World War II Heritage Center, October 2005-September 2006, and also a program brochure for the 42nd Annual Northern Great Plains History Conference, October 3-6, 2007
Catherine Ishino "Seeing Is Believing: Reflections on Video Oral Histories with Chinese Graphic Designers" Journal of Design History Vol. 19 No. 4
Catherine Ishino was invited to submit her motion graphics syllabus for publication in an upcoming design book, "Teaching Motion Design" The editors are Steven Heller and Michael Dooley. (Ishino's capstone Senior Design Class, "Get Out the Vote" project, is already published in the second edition of a companion book.)
Robert Appleton's artist's monograph "Insight", which was designed in the Viz Lab during summer 2006, is being published in Beijing through The China Central Academy of Fine Arts, where he recently completed a year as CAFA Visiting Professor. (in press)
Josh Hammari designed a 84-page typographic book for fall semester, printed a 2x3" poster (which was accepted into the spring Student Exhibition and won a Art + Design purchase award) and cut vinyl graphics this spring for Carsonite trail signs now installed at Bagley Nature Area--all in the Viz Lab.
Scott E. McKay, Robert W. Lashlee III, Bryce A. Holthouse, Paul Kiprof: "A computational study of sulfur bridged cyclooctatetraenophanes" Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling 25 (2006) 543-548
Paul Kiprof, Stephen R. Miller, Melissa A. Frank: "Theoretical investigation of sulfur and halogen-substituted carbocations," Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 764 (2006) 61-67
Paul Kiprof, Carl N. Sandness, Anthony J. LePine, Jason A. Kallestad, Alexey Y. Koposov, Victor G. Young Jr. "High-valent transition metal arene complexes: Investigation of the mesitylene complex of TiCl" Inorganica Chimica Acta 539 (2006) 4847-4850
Imran A. Zualkernan, James Allert, Ghassan Z. Qadah "Learning Styles of Computer Programming Students: A Middle Eastern and American Comparison" IEEE Transactions on Education, Vol. 49, No. 4, November 2006
Michael P. Callahan and Allen F. Mensinger Restoration of visual function following optic nerve regeneration in bluegill (/Lepomis macrochirus/) × pumpkinseed (/Lepomis Gibbosus/) hybrid sunfish. 2007 Visual Neuroscience (In press)
Russeth, K. P., Higgins, L. & Andrews, M. T. Identification of Proteins from Non-model Organisms Using Mass Spectrometry: Application to a Hibernating Mammal. J Proteome Res 5, 829-39 (2006).
Lisa Fitzpatrick, Melissa Jokela (Viz Lab/ITSS) presented on "Designing a Touchscreen Info Kiosk with Flash" at the Flashbelt Conference, Minneapolis, MN. (www.flashbelt.com) June 2007. This international, industry-related conference brings together flash designers, developers and enthusiasts, such as Seb Lee-Delisle (http://www.pluginmedia.net/), GMUNK, Jeremy Thorp (http://www.blprnt.com/) and Richard Galvin from Adobe (http://www.adobe.com/flash)
Rother, M. A. Surfactant effects on thermocapillary interactions of deformable drops. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 316, 699-711 (2007).
Rother, M. A., Zinchenko, A. Z., and Davis, R. H. Surfactant effects on buoyancy-driven viscous interactions of deformable drops. Colloids and Surfaces A 282-3, 50-60 (2006).
"Social Identity and Sacred Art from the Armenian Orthodox Churches of Istanbul" with Marlene R. Breu, International Journal of the Arts in Society, vol 1, Issue 6, 2007, 41 - 54 (print format and electronic journal)
"Treasures of Faith: Sacred Relics and Artifacts from the Armenian Orthodox Churches of Istanbul", with Marlene Breu, in "The Cultures of Georgia and Armenia", 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies,Kalamazoo, May, 2007.
Photophysical and Chiroptical Properties of Lanthanide Triple Helical Complexes with a Terdentate Chiral C2 Symmetric Ligand; G. Muller, O. Mamula, D. Imbert, [C. G. Bunzli, H.-R. Murner,]. P. Riehl, 226th ACS National Meeting, New York City, NY, USA, September 2003
Refereed Poster Presentation: H. Stech, K. Lenz, and G. Host. "Image Processing Techniques for Calibrating and Testing Canopy Light Interception Models", The 4th International Workshop on Functional-Structural Plant Models June 7-II, 2004, Montpelier, France.
Refereed Conference Proceedings: G. Host, K. Lenz, and H. Stech. "Mechanistically-based Functional-Structural Tree Models for Simulating Forest Patch Response to Interacting Environmental Stresses," 4th International Workshop on Functional-Structural Plant Models June 7-II, 2004, Montpelier, France, (C. Godin, et aI, editors) 150-153, 2004.
Ronald T. Marchese, Professor of Ancient History and Archaeology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology: Books In Press: "Splendor and Spectacle: The Armenian Orthodox Church Textile Collections of Istanbul," principal author (Qitlembik Ltd., Istanbul) - 2005.
Forthcoming: "Images of the Divine: Sacred Embroideries from the Armenian Patriarchate in Istanbul" Ronald Marchese with M. Breu in Vivarium in Context, Pozzo Publishers, Vicenza Italy, December, 2005, pp. I - 40 plus 61 illustrations).
"The Armenian Patriarchate in Istanbul", Ronald Marchese with M. Breu in Logos: AJ ournal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Vol. 7, Number 2 ( Spring, 2004), 86 - I00.
Web Page Publications: "Testimonies of Splendor: Religious Textiles from the Armenian Churches of Istanbul, Turkey" Ronald Marchese with M. Breu, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan http://www.geocities.com/breu_marchese/
Physiol. Genomics (August 2, 2005). doi:IO.II52/ physiolgenomics.00076.2005 "Digital transcriptome analysis indicates adaptive mechanisms in the heart of a hibernating mammal." Katharine M BrauchI , Nirish D Dhruv , Eric A Hansel, and Matthew T Andrews Biology, University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth, Minnesota, USA Computer Science, University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth, Minnesota, USA.
George E. Host, Ph.D. Director, Natural Resources GIS laboratory, Natural Resources Research Institute.
Web Page Publication: "Flash Flood for DuluthStreams. Modeling and visualization of urban stream response to rain events" with Nick Zlonis, UMD, featuring Flash animation of flash floods http://www.duluthstreams.org/stormwater/simulation.html
Poster presented at the annual Geological Society of America meeting: Goodge,]., Finn, C., Damaske, D., Abraham,]., Moeller, H.-D., Anderson, E., Roland, N., Goldmann, F., Braddock, P., and Rieser, M., 2004, Crustal structure of Ross Orogen revealed by aero magnetics and gravity, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 36, no. 5, p. 495.
Effects of Field Orientation on the Driven Lattice Gas, Paul D. Siders, Journal of Statistical Physics, II9(3-4), 861-880, May 2005.
Riker-Coleman, K.E, Gallup, C., Webster, Cheng, H., Burr, G. Potts, D.,Silver, E., Wallace, L., Edwards, R.L. Documentation of carbonate platform drowning during MIS 4 in the Huon Gulf, Papua New Guinea, Eos Trans. AGU, v. 85 no. 46, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract PPI3A-0585, 2004. Poster presented at annual fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union 13-17 December 2004, San Francisco, CA.
Hansen, V.L., 2005, New observations of crustal plateau surface histories and implications for crustal plateau hypotheses: Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXVI, 2000.pdf. [conference abstract and poster presentation]
Lang, N.P. and Hansen, V.L., 2005, Venusian channel formation through subsurface processes: Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXVI, 2320.pdf. [conference abstract and poster presentation]
McDaniel, K. and Hansen, V.L., 2005, Circular lows, a genetically distinct subset of coronae?: Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXVI, 2367.pdf. [conference abstract and poster presentation]
Lang, N .P. and Hansen, V.L., 2005, Geologic Map of Greenaway, V-24, Venus; NASA-USGS Mappers' Meeting, Smithsonian, Washington D. C. [conference abstract and poster presentation]
Hansen, V.L., 2005, Geologic Map of Niobe Planitia, V- 23, Venus; NASA-USGS Mappers' Meeting, Smithsonian, Washington D.C. [conference poster presentation]
Lopez, I., and Hansen, V.L., 2005, Geologic Map of Helen Planitia, V-52, Venus; NASA-USGS Mappers' Meeting, Smithsonian, Washington D. C. [conference poster presentation]
The Measurement of the fluorescence detected circular dichroism (FDCD) from chiral Eu (III) complexes: James P. Riehl, Gilles Muller, and Francoise C. Muller: Presented at the 24th Rare Earth Research Conference, Keystone, CO June 26-30, 2005
All the national graphics, logos, posters etc. for "Take Back Your Time Day" were designed by UMD students under the guidance of Joellyn Rock, Art + Design. (firstname.lastname@example.org) in 2003. There's a "slow revolution" taking root across the United States and Canada, and independence day is Oct. 24, National Take Back Your Time Day. To read the story in UMNnews, see http://www.umn.edu/umnnews/Feature_StorieslTake_bacLyouctime.html
Robert Appleton, Art + Design, was acknowledged as an "International Great Master of Graphic Design" in February 2005 by Alliance Graphique Internationale. He was asked to submit a monograph to be published later this year.
Robert Appleton attended the Alliance Graphique Internationale Congresses in Helsinki, Finland in September 2003 and then in Beijing, China in September 2004. He presented about his findings in merging the visual and the aural through technology in Finland and then demonstrated his research with live, editable video clips to 150 international designers in China.
Anthony Rostvold, Kai Salmela, RobertAppleton, Catherine Ishino, Art + Design. May 27, 2005. Lake Superior Advertising Federation. "Global Communication through Design." Reporting on recent design presentations and exhibits in Turkey and China featuring works produced in the Viz Lab.
E.T. Brown, R. Bendick, D.L. Bourles, V. Gaur, P. Molnar, G.M. Raisbeck, and F. Yiou "Early Holocene climate recorded in geomorphological features in Western Tibet" Proceedings of the Third International Limnogeological Conference, Tuscon, April 2003
E. T. Brown, and T. C. Johnson; "ITCZ Position Over East Africa Since the Late Glacial: The Lake Malawi Record" EOS, 84, no. 46, Abstract PP2IA-06, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2003
E.T. Brown, R. Braucher, D.L. Bourles, H.D Mooers "Cosmic Ray Exposure Dating of the Western Margin of the Laurentide Ice Sheet: Implications for Ice Flow Reorganization" Proceedings of the 32nd International Geological Congress, Florence, Italy, August 2004.
T. C. Johnson: "The Freshwater Inland Seas of East Africa: Archives of Global Climate Change." This was presented at the Coalition for National Science Funding, congressional presentation in Washington, DC, June 22 2004, showcasing lakes research on behalf of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography.
Breckenridge, A. and T. C. Johnson. 2005. "Paleohydrology of Lake Agassiz and the Upper Great Lakes from 10,700 to 8,800 cal ybp [9,500-7,900 14C ybpl. " Canadian Quaternary Association Biennial Meeting, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Gingery, A., Karst, M., and Oursler, MJ. "PI3 Kinase Has Divergent Impacts on Osteoclast Survival Depending on TGFb Levels During Differentiation." In: 2 6th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Seattle, WA 2004, pp M 319. Poster presentation and published abstract.
A. Gingery, M.C. Wilkes, E. B. Leof, M.J. Oursler "TGFPromotes Survival through Activation of Smad Independent Signaling." In: 27th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Nashville, TN 2005. Poster presentation and published abstract.
Douglas Dunham, Computer Sciences. Three of my mathematical art prints were exhibited at the Art Exhibit of the AnnualJ oint Mathematics Meetings of the AMS and MAA. January 5-8,2005, Atlanta, Georgia. Currently, (September, 2005) a mathematical mural is being painted in the new Science Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab 22 Center at Manchester College, Indiana. One of my patterns will be the centerpiece for that mural.
Dunham, D. "The Family of' Circle Limit III' Escher Patterns" in the Art+Math=X International Conference Proceedings, pages 56-60, June, 2005, Boulder, Colorado.
Dunham, D. "H.S.M. Coxeter and Tony Bomford's Colored Hyperbolic Rugs" in the Bridges 2005 Conference Proceedings, pages 497-504, July, 2005, Banff, Canada. ISBN 0-9665201-6-5; ISSN I099-6702
Rocio Alba, Fernando Rios and Design Workshop Students. "Mobile Autonomous Robotic Vision -aided Intelligent Navigator," Presented at the Techfest, UMD, Duluth, MN, April I, 2005.
"The Armenian Patriarchate in Istanbul", with M. Breu in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Vol. 7, Number 2 (Spring, 2004), pp. 86 - 100.
Photophysical and Chiroptical Properties of Lanthanide Triple Helical Complexes with a Terdentate Chiral C2 Symmetric Ligand; G. Muller, O. Mamula, D. Imbert, J.-C. G. Bünzli, H.-R. Mürner, J. P. Riehl, 226th ACS National Meeting, New York City, NY, USA, September 2003
American Geophysical Union Conference. San Francisco, CA December 2002. E.T. Brown, and T.C. Johnson; "Coeval Southward Migration of the ITCZ Over East Africa and South America During the Little Ice Age" Published in EOS, 83, no. 47, PP71A-0382, 2002
Third International Limnogeology Conference. Tucson, AZ April 2003. E.T. Brown, R. Bendick, D.L. Bourlès, V. Gaur, P. Molnar, G.M. Raisbeck, and F. Yiou. "Holocene Paleoclimate In Western Tibet Recorded In Geomorphological Surfaces And Lake Sediments"
Transforming Growth Factor-beta Induced Osteoclasts Survive by Activating Divergent Survival Pathways Gingery, A., G. Gorny, and M. Oursler. 24th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research 2002 San Antonio, TX American Society for Bone and Mineral Research
Metastatic Breast Cancer And Osteolysis: The Role Of Transforming Growth Factor-Beta In Regulating Osteoclast Survival Gingery, A., G. Gorny, and M. Oursler The Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program Meeting 2002 Orlando Florida
C. Giulivi (2003) Characterization and Function of Mitochondrial Nitric-oxide Synthase. Free Radical Biology & Medicine. Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 397-408
S. Elfering, T. Sarkela, C. Giulivi (2002) Biochemistry of Mitochondrial Nitric-oxide Synthase. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. Vol. 277, No.41, Issue of October 11, pp.38079-38086
Marchese, Ron. (2002) "Splendor and Spectacle" book "Sacred Textiles from the Armenian Church Collections of Istanbul" Logos. "Expressions in Silk Embroidered Miniatures on Historic Textiles" Silk Roads, Other Roads. Conference Papers "Expressions in Silk" Textile Society of America International Symposium, New York. "Digital Photography and Artifact Analysis," International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. Archeological publication: "Preliminary Analysis of the Ancient Town of Plataiai, Greece:1996-2001" Hesperia
Rock, Joellyn, (2002) Bare Bones. Marvels and Tales, Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies. Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 233-263
Shaw, A.K.; Walker, C.M.; Watschke, C.; Tredrea, M.M.; Andrews, M.T. "Neuroendocrine control of hibernation in mammals: role of the HPA axis" The Power of Comparative Physiology: Evolution, Integration, and Applied Conference. August 24-28, 2002 San Diego, CA
Russeth, K.P.; Tredrea, M.M.; Walker, C.M.; Higgins, L.; Andrews, M.T. Proteomic analysis of heart and skeletal muscle tissue in a hibernating mammal. The Power of Comparative Physiology: Evolution, Integration, and Applied Conference. August 24-28, 2002. San Diego, CA
D Ghoshal & A Goyal (2002) DHAP-reductase(s) in plants and algae: Potential use of glycerol system for improving stress tolerance in plants. Reviews in Plant Biochem & Biotech. 1: 21-32
AS Rishi, ND Nelson & A Goyal (2002) DNA Microarrays: Gene expression profiling in plants. Reviews in Plant Biochem & Biotech. 1: 81-100
Finn, C., Goodge, J., Damaske, D., and Roland, N., Aeromagnetic and gravity survey of shield basement along the central Ross margin of East Antarctica: presented at 9th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences, Potsdam, Germany, 2003. Rubin, Justin, "Patima gorgo, a performance edition and analytical study of the newly discovered early piano work by Iannis Xenakis." Published: Moussikos Loghos. Nefeli Editions, Athens. (2003)
Weaver, Arden, The Scenic Designs of Karl Eigsti, a Retrospective, The United States Institute For Theatre Technology National Conference in New Orleans. (2002)
"Pomp and Ceremony: Religious Textiles from the Armenian Church Collections of Istanbul" Ronald Marchese with M. Breu, Athena Review (2001), Vol.3, Number 1, pp. 73 - 77.
"Armenian Religious Textiles in Istanbul" Ronald Marchese with M. Breu in Civil Society and Religion in the Third Millennium, Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies XIII (2001), pp. 175 - 196. Culture Before Printing (Bowling Green University Press, 1980), pp. 53 - 93.
"The People Behind the Embroidered Mask", Ronald Marchese Textile Society of America 2002 Symposium, Northampton, Mass., September, 2002.
"Expressions in Silk: Embroidered Miniatures on Historic Textiles from the Armenian Apostolic Churches of Istanbul", Ronald Marchese with Marlene Breu, Textile Society of America 2002 Symposium, Northampton, Mass., September, 2002.
"Digital Photography and Artifact Analysis" Ronald Marchese with Marlene Breu, Special Session on Material Culture Studies I in International Textile & Apparel Association Annual Meeting, August, 2002, New York.
"The Supplemental Thread: Embellishments of Splendor in Armenian Sacred Textiles", Ronald Marchese 19th Annual Ars Textrina International Conference on Textiles, Decorah, Iowa, June, 2001.
"Constantinople: The Missing Link in Armenian Church Textile Art", Ronald Marchese 36th International Congress on MedievalStudies, Kalamazoo, May, 2001
"Textile Artifacts from the Armenian Churches of Istanbul, Turkey", Ronald Marchese with M. Breu, World Conference: Armenia 2000, Wittenberg, Germany, September, 2000.
Eun-Kyung Suh, Assistant Professor, Art and Design, has her work featured in the two-person exhibit EVERYDAY Precious at Prescott Art Gallery, Prescott, Arizona (February 14 - March 22).
Kristen Pless, Adjuct Associate Professor, Art and Design. Kristen Pless works in the traditional Platinum printing process - giving her photographs a rich physicality. When taken together with her careful placement choices in the gallery, the exhibit becomes an installation experience for the viewer. The exhibit The Space Around You can be seen at the Morrison Gallery, Duluth Art Institute, Duluth, Minnesota (February 6 - April 20).
David Bowen, Associate Professor, Art and Design. October through November Bowen's works cloud tweets and tele-present wind will be featured in chroniques de mondes possibles (chronicles of possible worlds) a group exhibition at the Foundation Vasarley, Aix-en-Provence, France.
Ryuta Nakajima, Associate Professor, Art and Design, has his ongoing cephalopod research project exhibited at Clare M. Eagle Gallery, Murray State University (January 27 - March 26) and at Gallery of Art, University of Missouri Kansas City (2/16-3/31).
Ryuta Nakajima published a part of his ongoing interdisciplinary collaborative research project in Marine Biodiversity Records, volume 6, Cambridge journals. The article titled "Observations of schooling behaviour in the oval squid Sepoteuthis lessoniana in coastal water of Okinawa Island" was cowritten with Chikatoshi Sugimoto, Ryoko Yanagisawa, and Yuzuru Ikeda of University of the Ryukyus.
Steve Bardolph’s large-scale graphic design panoramas Imagine Living Here (Butler Wash Panorama) and Imagine Living Here (Spruce Tree House) were chosen for the permanent collection of the Cortez Cultural Center in Cortez, Colorado by Shawn K. Collins, PhD, Executive Director. The design panoramas align with the organization’s goals: “to increase knowledge of and appreciation for the vast archaeological resources of the area; to provide enrichment experiences including lectures, museum exhibits, art displays, and Native American cultural programs; to increase understanding among the cultures of the Four Corners; to stimulate an interest in higher education among our young people; and to contribute to the overall health of community life.” November 2012. These design panoramas were also chosen for ongoing exhibition and environmental education by Brian T. Wheeler, Assistant Director of the Elm Fork Education Center and Eagle Exhibit Hall for the Environmental Education, Science, and Technology Building (EESAT) at the University of North Texas. Installed August 6, 2012.
David Bowen, Associate Professor in the Art and Design Department installed a large scale project room commission titled underwater for Interieur 2012 in Kortrijk, Belgium.
underwater is a large-scale suspended installation that gives the impression of being under the surface of water. Using a Microsoft Kinect, the device I have developed collects real-time surface data from water and is used to articulate the mechanical installation. The complex and subtle movements on the surface of the water are simulated within the installation by hundreds of servo-motors moving according to the collected data.
September through November fly tweet was included in Spell on You a group exhibition in MediaCity Seoul: the 7th International Media Art Biennale at the Seoul Museum of Art.
November through December fly blimps and fly tweet will be included in Soft Control: Art, Science and the Technological Unconscious a group exhibition curated by Dmitry Bulatov and organized by KIBLA Multimedijski Center, Maribor, Slovenia.
November tele-present water and fly tweet will be featured in Artificial Nature at the 2012 Digital Art Festival, Taipei.
Eun-Kyung Suh, an Associate Professor in art and design has a solo exhibition at Joan Derryberry Art Gallery at Tennessee Technological University, TN from October 1 through November 1, 2012.
Eun-Kyung Suh received ARAC Individual Artist Fellowship Grant for her Korean Adoptee project.
Betsy Hunt and Zach Moser currently reside and make art in the Midwest. Zach an animator and prep cook lives in Cedar Falls, IA while Betsy lives in Duluth, MN and teaches Digital Art at the University of Minnesota Duluth. The two artists crossed paths many years ago and had a few ideas in common. Years later they decided the time was right to put there distinct art differences aside and collaborate on the "Fluff Wars"
Fluff Wars: Prologue
A collaboration from Zach and Betsy
Featuring Music from Wet Hair
After generations of peace and prosperity, war was inevitable. The clans each had their own vision, but even the most patient negotiator realized that only fangs and metal would prevail. Soon, even the gentlest beasts of the most complacent clans were plunged into battle. So it began. Welcome to the Fluff Wars.
On October 2, 2011, Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis reopened to the public following a major expansion designed by Frank Gehry. Weisman Art Museum commissioned Sharon Louden and Eun-K yung Suh to create a new work in relation to the collection for the exhibition, Sympathies. Louden, a New Y ork based sculptor, installation, and public artist, will work with the Frank Gehry designed building. Installation artist, Eun-Kyung Suh, Associate Professor at UMD agreed to work with W AM’s renowned traditional Korean furniture. Sympathies is a part of the Weisman’s yearlong focus on the collection and addresses the popular question of the relevance of museum collections in the twenty- first century.
David Bowen, Associate Professor in the Art and Design Department currently has his work title tele-present wind in Uncontainable a group exhibition at the 2011 International Symposium on Electronic Art in Istanbul.
tele-present wind is a kinetic installation that draws information from the intensity and direction of the wind in a given location. A sensor device attached to a plant stalk installed on the roof of the Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab on the UMD campus detects the movement of the wind. The gathered information from the sensor is sent in real-time to a collective of 50 plant stalks installed in the gallery space in Istanbul. These stalks are connected to mechanisms which are programed to move based on the wind data. The result is a simulation of the physical effects caused by the movement of the air from a distant location. Therefore the movement of the wind in Duluth is currently being recreated at the exhibition in Istanbul.
International Symposium on Electronic Art http://isea2011.sabanciuniv.edu/
tele-present wind http://www.dwbowen.com/telewind.html
David Bowen, Assistant Professor, Art + Design. tele-present water. WRO Art Center, Wroclaw, Poland. http://vernissage.tv/blog/2011/05/24/david-bowen-tele-present-water-wro-media-biennale-2011-interview/ Bowen's installation draws information from the intensity and movement of the water in a remote location. Wave data is being collected in real-time from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data buoy station. The wave intensity and frequency is scaled and transferred to the mechanical grid structure resulting in a simulation of the physical effects caused by the movement of water from this distant location.
Ryuta Nakajima, assistant professor, Department of Art and Design. Project Cuttlefish, Images and Documentation of Cephalopod Research: explores the camouflaging behavior of cuttlefish. Great Lakes Aquarium Gallery. June 1, 2011 - Sept. 1, 2011
Janice Kmetz, Associate professor, Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Art and Design. Two pieces in were produced in the Viz Lab for the MADwomen Exhibition at the Duluth Art Institute John Steffel Gallery May 12-Aug 7. After Warhol created his Campbell's soup cans it became impossible to see an ad in the same way, ever again. Mad Women highlights the work of female artists in advertising in the Northland, featuring up and coming talent as well as established pioneers in their feild. Joan Henrick, Deb Salzer, Patrice Bradley, Marsha Hystead, Marian Lansky, Lisa Blade, and Janice Kmetz are creative forces in out community that shape our local visual landscape through their independent creative work as well as pieces the create for clients. The Duluth Art Institute is excited to celebrate the interesting connection between art and advertising. The pieces are without / within and rue Tavleaux
Steve Bardolph, assistant professor, Department of Art and Design, has work in "Visual Forms" at the University Center Rochester Art Gallery (UCR) at the Rochester Community and Technical College from Jan. 27-March 4, 2011.
David Bowen, assistant professor, Department of Art and Design, will be featured in a one-person art exhibit entitled "Data Sweep" at Esther Klein Gallery in Philadelphia through March 20, 2011.
Steve Bardolph's "Duncan Rose Falls" will be included in "North of the 45th," an annual upper midwest juried art exhibition June 3 through July 24, 2011 at the DeVos Art Museum in Marquette, MI. Juror Lisa Stone, curator of the Roger Brown Study Collection at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago chose Bardolph's photographic panorama from a field of over 700 images submitted by more than 150 artists. The goal of the juror was to construct an exhibition with "the strongest original and resolved works across media...to represent the ways that artists in the region are working."
Eun-Kyung Suh's paper sculpture, "Between," has been featured in the Mid-America Print Council Journal, Volume 18, Numbers 3 & 4, 2010 with a brief review by Kerry Morgan at the "Printing Beyond the Plane: A Review of Prints: Now in 3-D!" section.
Eun-Kyung Suh's work, "Prelude" received the second place award at the National Fiber Directions Exhibition at the Wichita center for the Arts, Wichita, KA from March 25 to May 8, 2011.
David Bowen, Assistant Professor in the Art and Design Department. "soft chaos" at the Soo Visual Art Center in Minneapolis, MN. Exhibition runs November 13, 2010 - January 2, 2011. http://www.soovac.org/
Joellyn Rock, Vis/A/Vis Faculty Art Exhibition, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Regis Center for Art, Minneapolis, MN. Fall 2010. Digital Prints from The Mysteries Project.
David Bowen, Assistant Professor in the Art and Design Department. June of 2010 the 21 x/y tilting devices were installed at Laboratoria Art and Science Space in Moscow and the sensor were installed at the Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab at the University of Minnesota Duluth for an international gallery exhibit. http://newlaboratoria.ru/www/
"Remote sonar drawing device" is a project conceived by David Bowen, Assistant Professor in the Art and Design Department. This interactive robotic installation is a collaboration between the Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab and Laboral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial Universidad Laboral Gijón-Asturias, Spain. The project is included in Nowhere/Now/Here, an exhibition opening October 9th 2008 and running until April 20th 2009 at Laboral Centro.
Eun-Kyung Suh, Associate professor, Art and Design Department Sep ~ Oct 2009 The Second Iowa Metals Guild Exhibition Figge Museum of Art, Davenport, IA Invitational and Juried Group Exhibition
Janice Kmetz, Professor, Art + Design, Lisa Fitzpatrick, Viz Lab and Sandy Pederson, Instructor, Art + Design. Interactive Kiosk Illustration. Lake Superior Railroad Museum. 2009.
Eun Kyung Suh, "87", invitational exhibition. Conrad Wilde Gallery, Tucson AZ, April - August, 2009
Eun Kyung Suh, "Focus on Fiber II", national Exhibition. Studio Channel Islands Art Center, Camarillo, CA, May - July, 2009
Eun Kyung Suh, "High Fiber", national exhibition. Conrad Wilde Gallery, Tucson AZ, June 6th ~ July 25th, 2009
Joshua Hammari with support from the Viz Lab, USFS Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, Kiwishiwi Station exhibit hall graphics
Janice D. Kmetz In May to August 2006 I exhibited two pieces printed in the Viz Lab, "WIdow's Weed's" digitally printed fabric assembled into a coat, and "without/within" 18 x 40" digital print. Juried exhibition at the Minneapolis Foundation IDS Center, Minneapolis.
Janice D. Kmetz 2007 exhibited in Tweed UMD faculty show, 60 x 22 inch digital print part of installation titled "bout my lover boy"
Catherine Ishino Department of Graphic Design, presentation on "Social Design/Designer as Citizen" at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing February 2007. Showed the '3 Generations of Chinese Designers' DVD that I authored in the Viz Lab on DVD Studio Pro software. I also showed my 'Internment' projects-installation, DVD, show, which I created at the Viz Lab. Also showed "Get out the Vote" student social design work.
Steve Bardolph used Viz Lab resources to help produce three archival inkjet photographs (Orange Hawkweed, Lighthouse Honeycomb, and Planet Fitger's) for the UMD Art + Design Faculty Biennial, March 20-May 13, 2007. Details and an image at: http://www.d.umn.edu/tma//exhibitions/07faculty.html
Rob Wittig The two works of mine that were in the Faculty Show in the Tweed Museum of Art, March 20 - May 13, 2007, were done in the Viz Lab. I wish to thank Lisa and the Viz Lab for their consistent support of faculty creative research.
Cecilia Ramón Dia de Muertos en El Colegio, Buenos Aires, Argentina in November 2005
Eun-Kyung Suh, "Naturally Inspired" January 12-February 16, 2007, Inez Greenberg Gallery, Bloomington, MN
Eun-Kyung Suh, "Yellow Ribbon 1" Best of show. Works on Paper - National Juried Show, Bancroft Gallery, South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA, January12-February 25, 2007
The Viz Lab coordinated a 3D printing demo from NRRI in conjunction with "Contemporary Art & Mathematical Instinct" at the Tweed in Fall 2003. Italian American Festival 2004: The Viz Lab facilitated print production for the associated art show in Palermo, Italy and Duluth.
Catherine Ishino (Art + Design): DVD "WW2: Voices of Remembrances, 12 family stories" oral histories of my relatives' experiences of their internment experience, produced in the Viz Lab has been 'ascended' into the archives of 3 libraries: I) the Japanese American National Historical Museum, Los Angelesspring 2005; 2) the Michigan Historical Museum, Lansing, Michigan-February 2005: a) ALSO there was a touch screen kiosk made of my DVD and is on exhibition in their museum now and until the end of summer, with a group exhibition called "Movers and Seekers: Michigan Immigrant Experiences"; 3) Michigan State University's Asian American Center purchased a DVD for their library and archives.
Ro bert Appleton (Art + Design): Results of my Viz Lab research include acceptance of poster work created there into the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, print works for my one person show at Tweed in Fall 2003, sound works presented on the design@ umd 2004 website, and the screening of a video documentary created jointly with professor Catherine Ishino at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia in January 2004.
Suz SZUCS (Art + Design), 2004 presented "Road Work: Deer Project" at Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN; Fotowerk, Flatfile Contemporary, Chicago; Arrowhead Biennial, Duluth Art Institute; "Seven Deadly Sins," Duluth ArtInstitute, Duluth, MN; "Absence," Flatfile Photography, Chicago; "Perspectives From America," Palermo, Italy
"All Together Now," Art + Design Faculty Exhibition, Tweed Museum of Art October 19-December 19, 2004 This exhibition presented the work (produced in the Viz Lab) of faculty members and graduate students, including Robert Appleton, Steve Bardolph, Sarah Bauer, Phil Choo, Alyce Coker, Jennifer Gordon, Catherine Ishino, Ida Kumoji, Janice Kmetz, Vicki Lehman, Sandy Pederson, Joellyn Rock, Anthony Rostvold, Peter Stevenson, Eun-Kyung Suh, Mariana Wiesman and Rob Wittig.
Anthony Rostvold, Kai Salmela, Robert Appleton (Art + Design). Mimer Sinon Guzel Sametlar Universitesity, (Fine Arts University) Istanbul, Turkey, May 2-7,2005. Grafist 9 International Graphic Design Seminar. Workshops and Exhibition: "Graphic Projections on Beyoglu" featured works produced in the Viz Lab.
Sarah Chokyi Bauer, (Art + Design) 2004-05, "Above Is Below" two-person, site-specific installation, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN, refereed (catalogue) 2005, the prayingproject, Exit Art, New York City, NY performance, curated.
Catherine Ishino (Art & Design) Three video pieces: "WW2: Spaces of Re-remembrances" exhibited at Tweed Museum of Art; on ABC, NBC affiliates; on Minnesota Public Radio;
Private showings: Japanese American Citizen's League, Veterans of Foreign Wars; Bong Historical Museum; at UWS Multicultural Center presentation on Internment. "Mind the Gap" Walker Museum screening, Minneapolis, MN. "Victor Margolin: Graphic Design in the Russian Avant Garde," Rochester Institute of Technology archives, NY, Roger Remington, curator.
Gloria DeFilipps Brush (Art & Design) was one of the exhibitors in both the 2003 and 2001 art galleries at the SIGGRAPH computer graphics international conferences, in San Diego and Los Angeles, respectively. SIGGRAPH showcases the work of selected individuals working in emerging electronic technologies, and publishes a catalog, as well as sponsoring traveling exhibitions. Brush's photographs were shown in September, 2003, in the traveling exhibition opening presentation by Patrick St. Jean, Paris, France ACM SIGGRAPH chair, in the Auditorium of the Ecole du Louvre. Brush's extended body of creative work involves images about language. She is visually investigating "the photographic representation of the changing aura of language and in particular its relationships with the objects existing in real space. Objects await recognition and are enveloped by words, which form trajectories of both communication and miscommunication. Sometimes words are breaths without voice. They seek a secure syntactic position, but meaning constantly is devised, relocated, and recreated." Works from these series also have been exhibited at such sites at the University of London (D-Art 2002 and 2000), the Kellogg University Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona, the University Art Gallery at Indiana State University at Terre Haute (Extraordinary Things, 2002), SOMARTS Gallery in San Francisco, and The Print Center in Philadelphia.
Sara Bauer (Art & Design) exhibited "Nun'dro" produced in the Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab at WomanMade Gallery in Chicago, the Viridian Artists @ Chelsea Gallery in NYC and the Tweed Museum in Duluth (2003).
Stephen Hilyard (Art & Design) exhibited his work in a one man exhibition entitled "Inconsolable" at the Cherrydelosreyes Gallery in Los Angeles CA in November 2002. The exhibition included an installation of the same name, parts of which were made with the assistance of the Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab. These included a digital animation of synthetic landscapes created with Bryce.
Suzanne Szucs (Art & Design) was Artist-in-Residence at Centrum Center for Arts and Education at Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, WA. May 2002 Digital photographs taken there were manipulated, developed and printed at the lab. An image from her "Deer Project" (also created at the lab) won honorable mention and appeared in the Silver Eye Fellowship in Pittsburgh OH in 2001.
Steven Bardolph (Art & Design) and Kenneth Fitzgerald (Art & Design) coordinated, designed and printed "Adversary" at the Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab. "Adversary" is a nationally recognized and touring graphic design show, exhibited at AIGA National Conference, Old Dominion University, Monserratt College, and the Maine Gallery.
Robert Appleton (Art & Design) Art+Design Program poster for Alliance Graphique Internationale San Francisco conference, October 2002 - poster was accepted into the permanent collection of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art John Goodge (Geology) exhibited his Antarctic photos at Carlton College in Northfield, MN. The photos were prepared and printed at the Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab on archival watercolor paper using the Epson 5500 printer.
Rob Wittig, Instructor, Art and Design. Grace, wit & Charm, Live performance May 17 & 24, 2011. Teatro Zuccone, Duluth, MN. http://gracewitandcharm.com/ Netprov uses everyday social technology plus the ol' tricks of literature, graphic design and theater to create relevant new stories.
Hansel & Gretel Opera, UMD Theatre and Music Departments, in conjunction with MN Ballet. sound production, Don Schrafnagel, Jan. 28-31, 2011
Projection design for set production of "South Pacific" Mariah Brown under direction of Curt Philips, UMD Theatre & Music Departments, Oct. 21-30, 2010
Sound Production, "South Pacific" Don Schrafnagel,UMD Theatre & Music Departments, Oct. 21-30, 2010
Jefferson Campbell, Music, November of 2009 multimedia presentation: "The Other Star Wars Storyteller: John Williams and the music of the Star Wars saga" at the Teatro Zuccone, Duluth MN.
Professor Thomas Wegren, Music composed "TRIUMPH" in the Viz Lab. The premiere of TRIUMPH took place in U.M.D. Weber Music Hall in 2008 with a follow-up performance in 2009. "Venture North" created a special on aspects of TRIUMPH which has been aired on Public TV several times since the premiere.
Bill Payne, Director. Video scenery with Karen Hoffman for Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. UMD Theatre Production April 2006.
Karen Hoffman, Scenic Designer. Video scenery. Pulse Points UMD Dance Concert, February 2006
Roger Hanna, Guest Scenic Designer. Kiss Me, Kate. UMD Theatre production October 2005
Jean R. Perrault Documenting performances of opera "Cosi Fan Tutti" from the Sieur Duluth Summer Arts Festival, Summer 2006.
Jean R. Perrault "7th Annual Story-Hour Concert Pictures..." Nov. 2006. Projections of over 300 scanned images by Grant Elementary School students in multimedia presentation by UMD Symphony Orchestra, including Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition" Produced in Viz Lab.
Jean R. Perrault, director "Homage à Mozart" UMD Chamber Orchestra. Weber Music Hall December, 2006. Compiled and produced DVD using Viz Lab equipment.
Jean R. Perrault Symphony Orchestra.Sounds of the Season. Dec. 2006.Compiled and produced DVD using Viz Lab equipment.
Jean R. Perrault U-3 in Concert. Jean R. Perrault, violin; Betsy Husby, cello; and Jeanne Doty, piano, compositions by Brahms, Kodály, Haydn, and Händel-Halvorsen. February 2007. DVD produced in Viz Lab.
Jean R. Perrault, Pierre Calmelet, Guest Conductor, Symphony Orchestra: 6th Annual Student Concerto Competition Concert March 2007. Compiled and produced DVD using Viz Lab equipment.
Jean R. Perrault Chamber Orchestra Spring Concert "The Four Seasons" April 2007. Compiled and produced DVD using Viz Lab equipment.
Jean R. Perrault, Stanley R. Wold directors. Erol Erdinç, guest director. Turkish-American Alliance Masterworks Concert. University Singers, Chamber Singers, Concert Chorale, and UMD Symphony Orchestra, along with Turkish guest orchestra Hacetepe Symphony Orchestra, spotlight Turkish and American music. May, 2007. DVD produced in Viz Lab.
Italian American Festival 2004: video production for the "Big Band Show the Italian American Crooners" was done in the Viz Lab by Bill Payne, Catherine Ishino and a team of undergraduate student videographers. The Viz Lab facilitated the musical composition of the original score for "The Secret of the Talking Bird" by Louis Dunoyer de Segonzac, as well as digital images in the set (see Karen Hoffman). Kate Maurer, Dramaturg, recorded and edited "La Traviata" for archival purposes in the Viz Lab. The set for" Guys and Dolls," as well as "La Traviata" were designed by Arden Weaver in the Viz Lab.
Eun-Kyung Suh (Art + Design), created her first screen/set design for a theatrical production from the Visualization and Digital Imaging Laboratory. The title of performance is Lost and Found, which will be performed by Francine Conley, a Minneapolis-based artist and professor at the College of Saint Catherine, St. Paul. "Lost and Found" is a multimedia production that presents a cast of characters who, as the title suggests, have lost something or are themselves somehow displaced. It was performed at the Center for Independent Artists in Minneapolis from April 8 - 17, 2005.
Robert Appleton (Art + Design), arranged for award-winning New York Avant Garde artist/composer Fast Forward to direct his "Feeding Frenzy" in Duluth, November 21, 2004 with the resources and assistance ofViz Lab staff. "Feeding Frenzy-a celebration of food" is a 90 minute event which involves simultaneous activities by 5 chefs, 5 musicians, and 5 waiters. While music is created by the five musicians, five separate food courses are prepared and served to the audience. The actions of the chefs and musicians are amplified to create a sonic landscape and live video of the event is projected on a screen within the space.
Karen Hoffman (Theatre) "The Secret of the Talking Bird": 1. Use of computers in collaboration with students from graphic design, Bret Peterson and Jackie Menth, for production of computer graphic projection images which were projected onto scenery; 2. Use of Proxima projector for the run of "The Secret of the Talking Bird."
Karen Hoffman (Theatre) "Heidi Chronicles": Our student designer, Emily Bloudek, used Viz Lab resources to print images that we used for properties design for this Theatre production, Fall 2004. I also used the Viz Lab to
help prepare images for entrance into the World Stage Design Exhibition, March, 2005.
Mark Harvey (Theatre Sound Design), Student sound designers using Viz Lab resources for shows: "Twelve Angry Men," "Prometheus Bound," "String," and "The Heidi Chronicles."
Bill Payne (Theatre), "50/50: The American Electoral Divide "-currently being edited with a completion date set for Fall 2005, Sponsored by The American Democracy Project-VCAA, UMD and the SFA. "Raising Children with FASD: A seminar with John Hays "-currently being completed tentative date, Fall 2005. Video Scenery for "Prometheus Bound"-Presented Feb. 10-19,2005 in the Marshall Performing Arts Center, UMD. Video Scenery Library-ongoing, more processing of raw footage for the library to take place during Spring Semester, 2005.
Rudy Perrault (Music). The following DVD concerts have been edited and produced at the Viz Lab lab: "Arabian Nights" ... The UMD Symphony Orchestra performed music of Berlioz, Rimsky-Korsakov, Saint-Saens. Storytellers Julie Della Torre and Elizabeth S. Nordell were also featured on that Concert. This event took place in Weber Music Hall on November 5, 2004.
"A Little night music" ... The UMD Chamber Orchestra performed music of Mozart, Jaegerhuber, Shostakovich and D'Rivera. This performance took place in Weber Music Hall on December 3, 2004.
"Gloria" All ensembles from UMD Department of Music performed on a joint concert. The performance took place in Weber Music Hall from the loth to the 12th of December. This DVD will be used to promote the Music Department at the 2005 MN Music Educators Association Conference in Minneapolis from the 17th to the 19th of February, 2005.
"UMD Chamber Orchestra on Tour." This DVD features the UMD Chamber Orchestra on Tour and in their final performance at the Alvord Auditorium in Ashland, Wisconsin. "Haiti Benefit Concert." This DVD features the Friends of Haiti Orchestra (Jean R. Perrault, conductor) in their benefit concert at the First Congregational Church of Christ in Appleton, Wisconsin. This performance took place on the 13th of February, 2005.
Perrault, Jean "Rudy" (Music) "French Connection" CD. Recorded using Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab equipment. Edited in Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab using ProTools. Mastered, produced and prepared for publication in Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab. Performed in Weber Hall, February 25, 2003.
"B Minor Mass" Performance videotaped in Weber Hall using Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab recording equipment. Audio edited in the lab (Protools). Video and audio compiled in lab (Final Cut Pro). DVD mastered and prepared in lab for presentation at Minnesota Music Educators Association conference in Minneapolis. (2003)
Payne, William (Theatre) Digital video set design of "Top Girls" (2002), "Blur" (2003) and "The Bacchae" (2001)
Weaver, Arden (Theatre) Digitally-manipulated lighting design of "School for Scandal." (2003) Digitally-manipulated set design for "Pippin" (2002) Visualization and Digital Imaging Lab microphones and recording equipment are used for recording theatre, orchestra, opera and chamber orchestra performances in Marshall Performing Arts Center and the Dudley Theatre. All orchestra and chamber orchestra concerts are edited in the lab using ProTools.
Jen Dietrich, assistant professor, Department of Art and Design, and Sarah Nitschke's documentary short film, Philip Pearlstein: Naked Vision, screened at the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival in Sebastopol, Calif. from March 18-20, 2011 and also at the 2011 Durango International Film Festival (Colorado). http://ubfilms.com/nmih/
Bill Payne, Director. 50/50 : The American Divide. A documentary about voting shot during the 2004 election Premiered in Duluth February, 2007 - Minneapolis (at the Humphrey Institute March 2007.
Bill Payne, Director. Pathways to Understanding: Raising Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: A Seminar with John Hays. Premiered in Duluth October 2005. National distribution of DVD.
Directors and Producers Sarah Bauer, Jen Dietrich and Althea Wasow presented at the Independent Feature Project (IFP) Film Market Work in Progress Screening, Thursday, September 21, 2006, 9:45 a.m. Angelika Film Center, Theatre 2, 18 W. Houston St. New York, NY. Not Made in Heaven explores the myth of the artist through the cool, provocative, controlled, and quietly influential world of painter Philip Pearlstein. http://notmadeinheaven.ubfilms.com
Justin Rubin, "La Zarabanda"-abstract film produced in Viz Lab. Visual Music Marathon April 28, 2007, Northeastern University, Boston, MA Over 300 works from 33 countries were submitted to the Marathon. Of these, 64, representing 6 hours of programming, were selected for screening. www.music.neu.edu/vmm
"50/50: The American Divide"--William Payne, Director, Zachary Swanson, Videographer. Premier Tuesday, March 20th, 2007 at the HHH Institute of Public Affairs, Minneapolis, MN