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Published on Mar 21, 2013
Chris Robinson is a University of South Carolina Professor of Art and member of the nanoCenter whose work mediates the complexity of contemporary science and technology and seeks cross-disciplinary relationships between art and science. He specializes in 3D imaging and installations with mediums ranging from laser light to experiential performance and was one if the early pioneers of the visual arts role in zero gravity and space exploration, training in the General Dynamics F-16 and NASA's Zero Gravity aircraft, the Weightless Wonder. Robinson is a senior and co-principal investigator on over $3.5 Million of National Science Foundation funded research on the role of images in nanoscience/technology and has been active in exhibitions and scholarly activities throughout the North America, Europe and Asia.
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