Q&A: ASU professor blurs line between art, science

ASU prof’s projects involve robots, Earth’s interior, NASA-designed satellite. September 6, 2016 Herberger Institute professor Lance Gharavi advances research through performances that explore the wonders of the universe Arizona State University professor Lance Gharavi is an experimental artist and scholar who has a knack for linking with interdisciplinary teams to explore difficult subjects through multimedia performances. Gharavi is an actor, director, performance artist, writer, designer and early pioneer in the field of digital performance. Yet he’s most comfortable at the intersection of art, science and technology, where he and others can collaborate on projects that advance ASU research. His most recent projects have involved research robots and artificial intelligence, planetarium systems, the interior structure of Earth, and currently he’s involved with a research project for a NASA-designed satellite that will…


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