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UICA: Interview with Chad Curtis

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New work by Chad Curtis investigates the relationship of organic, living beings to the complex, nuanced environment and digital landscape. Each piece utilizes, to some degree, a crude, home brewed fabrication-and-drawing machine that relies on digital design tools, and computer numeric control. Curtis' Digital in Nature will be exhibiting at UICA from February 5 to March 5, 2010.

Chad Curtis currently serves as an Assistant Professor at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art. Trained in Ceramics and Printmaking, Curtis earned his BFA from Minnesota State University and his MFA from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University.

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 another great UICA exhibit, i encourage everyone to see it for themselves....the people of Grand Rapids are lucky to have such a wonderful institution.