Trimpin’s work is an ongoing exploration of sound, vision and movement, introducing our senses to a totally new experience. Although he uses the latest technologies, he works with “natural” elements — water, air, light, fire, etc. — reconfiguring them in new and unusual applications, pushing them to the limits, and beyond, of their traditional roles.
Supported by the UM College of Engineering, UM Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning, UM School of Information, UM School of Music, Theatre & Dance, and the UM German Department.
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