January 26, 2012

Artist uses rocks, spaceships as interactive devices

Posted: Jan 26, 2012 | 5 min 30 sec

Graduate student Matthew Mosher, in ASU’s School of Art in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, is an explorer of human connections through objects. He creates tools to help people interact across space, capture memories in objects, and redefine the way people see the world. In an age defined by social connection he brings a new perspective to our view of interaction. Mosher's latest project Tranquility will be on display and ready to launch Feb. 13-17 at the Harry Wood Gallery.

Filmed by Nick Prete and Jeanne Schaser. Edited by Chakris Kussalanant for ASU News.

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