PITTSBURGH May 25, 2012 Carnegie Mellon University $1 million Edward H. Frank Sarah G. Ratchye
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"Providing support that will encourage the creation of ‘art at the frontier’ is aligned with our perspective at the STUDIO because of our decades-long commitment to expanding the arts through new ideas, fields and ways of thinking," said Golan Levin, director of the STUDIO and the fund’s administrator.
Levin is an award-winning artist whose work focuses on the design of systems for the creation, manipulation and performance of simultaneous image and sound. In early May, he received the Award of Distinction in the category of Hybrid Art at the 2012 Prix Ars Electronica for his work on The Free Universal Construction Kit. He has been director of the STUDIO since 2009 and is dedicated to helping his students, colleagues and visiting fellows see the possibilities inherent in developing provocative work that explores more than one area of study — particularly, the arts and technology.
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