Thursday, February 28, 2013

Liu Lecture with Oakland artist Nemo Gould

Thursday, February 28th, 6pm to 7pm
Stanford University, Building 550

The Stanford Design Program will be hosting inspirational guest lecturer Nemo Gould
Nemo is a fantastic maker artist from Oakland who makes kinetic sculptures out of found materials.

The lecture is free and open to public.

"Artist Nemo Gould (A.K.A. “nemomatic”) is a compulsive collector of things, and builder of all sorts. All of his work is made from found materials which he gathers from around his Oakland, CA studio.
These Assemblage works can be described as “Kinetic Sculpture” or “Automata”. These terms refer to art which incorporates motion, light, sound, and interactivity with the viewer. Recurring themes of robots, creatures, and vehicles reveal the artist’s love of science fiction, mechanical design, and the generally bizarre."

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