after much rescheduling and teasing, bill tremblay is back in force this Thursday, January 25th, at 8p at the original norfolk cc pad, as he returns to the Collision Collusion hot seat -- and this time he means business. Join him as he covers his recent work, announces a new creative venture, and makes an earnest appeal to hallucination using a highly impractical assault on the cornerstone of modern business -- the weakest and most pervasive form of virtual reality in the corporate world -- Microsoft PowerPoint.
William Tremblay is an artist and interactive media programmer. His work addresses issues of human interaction with the technological world: the choices we make and the prices we pay. He tends to create machines and large-scale installations. His work has been shown in numerous venues, among them the Kitchen in New York, Boston's Computer Museum, the List Center for Visual Arts at MIT, the Institute for Contemporary Art in Boston, Artbots shows in Harlem, NY and Dublin, Ireland, Wellesley University, the WIRED NextFest in New York City and Art Interactive in Cambridge, MA. He is co-inventor of the Virtual Reality Chair, for which he holds a patent. He is a graduate of the Studio for Interrelated Media at the Massachusetts College of Art and currently colludes with the Collision Collective. He is a member of the board of directors of Ensemble Robot. He lives in Boston where he opportunistically employs robotics, video and other technologies in ways they were never intended to be used.