Gibson/Martelli are the inaugural artists-in-residence at the TVLab at Taubman College of Architecture, University of Michigan.
The TVLab artist residency is the pilot for the U-M Arts Initiative Visiting Artist Integration Project, a visiting artist program to integrate the creative vision and dynamic thinking of artists into the U-M process of engagement and learning. The program is just one example of the Arts Initiative’s work with emerging and established artists to create a mutually beneficial exchange between artists and the university to enhance learning, support artists and drive discovery. Read More
“Extended reality platforms are an increasingly central framework for the kind of space-making and spatial visualization that has long been at the core of architecture and planning,” said Jonathan Massey, dean of Taubman College. “I am excited for Gibson/Martelli to help students, faculty and staff at and beyond Taubman College find new creative possibilities in XR.”