MOTHERBOARD is a modular sculptural installation that celebrates the vibrancy of the City of Richardson’s history, accomplishments, and technological contributions to the world. The triptych installation features 30-foot-long panels composed of steel, LED lighting and projection elements to represent – Past, Present, and Future. Each panel uses representational imagery and abstraction that encapsulates, situates, and celebrates the city of Richardson’s commitment to industry, excellence in education, and innovation.
MOTHERBOARD is the first installation of the Eisemann Edge Initiative, a multilayer collaboration between the Eisemann Center, The University of Texas at Dallas, and the ATEC 3D Studio LightSquad lead by ATEC Associate Professor Andrew F. Scott, Senior Lecturer Roxanne Minnish, and staff member Matthew Unkenholz.
Student Credits – Raymond Allen, Maedeh Asgharpour, Safwan Chowdhury, Omar Davila, Melanie Estes, Amanda Goodwin, Paul Hinderliter, Charlotte Mason, Uttamasha Monjoree, Amir Naqi, Cameron Ouille, David Rake, Pablo Reyes, Andrew Rowan, Vic Simon, Sarah Wall
Faculty Credits – Andrew F. Scott, Roxanne Minnish
Staff Credits – Matthew Unkenholz
To learn more about MotherBoard visit:
- The UTD News Center story “New ATEC Art Project Brings Richardson’s High-Tech Heritage to Light”
- The UTD Mercurty story “Faculty Works to be Featured at Downtown Arts Hub. $250K donation establishes three-year program to sponsor UTD art installations at Eisemann Center”
- The Eisemann Center information about the Eisemann Edge Initiative
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