Long Now Foundation and ZERO1 welcome Mathieu Victor at The Interval at Long Now
From the great renaissance masters to contemporary art superstars, technology has always played a part in creating ambitious works of art.
Join the Long Now Foundation and ZERO1 for the first talk in a series around art, time and technology with Mathieu Victor at The Interval at Long Now, Tuesday, January 20th at 6:30pm. Get your tickets today.
A creator, art historian and technologist, Mathieu Victor has worked for artists, galleries, and leading design studios. For the past twelve years Victor has worked as production manager for artist Jeff Koons in New York. Koons' studio is one of the worlds largest purely "fine arts" enterprises, integrating a factory and design studio model and employing almost 200 artists in New York and an international network of fabricators. He also oversaw the technical aspects of this multidisciplinary practice, working with professionals ranging from fashion designers to aerospace manufacturers. He has collaborated with many of the worlds top creative entities including BMW, Stella McCartney, Taschen Publishing, Lady Gaga, and the Macys Thanksgiving day parade, and lead some of the most ambitious efforts to date in applying manufacturing technology to the fine arts. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to hear him speak!
Date: January 20, 2015
Time: 6:30pm Check-in
Talk begins at 7:30
Stay for afterwards for drinks and conversation with our speaker.
Get your tickets today!
Location: The Interval at Long Now
Fort Mason Center, 2 Marina Blvd
San Francisco, CA
Next in the series: artist Jonathon Keats speaks at The Interval on April 7th, 02015 in conjunction with his Neanderthal Design Studio opening at ZERO1 on April 3. Stay tuned for more details on that event. Tickets will go on sale in March.