A collaboration between artists Annica Cuppetelli and Cristobal Mendoza, Cuppetelli and Mendoza: Transposition is a site-specific installation that explores the intersection between traditional craft and digital technology. The artwork consists of elastic ropes that are illuminated by software driven video projections. Interacting with this artwork, visitors can discover the relationship between textile, movement, and technology.
Collaborating since 2010, Annica Cuppetelli and Cristobal Mendoza come from two completely different backgrounds artistically—Mendoza from programming and Cuppetelli from fiber arts. Similarly, their work consists of several such interfaces: between the viewer and the piece (a human/computer interface), between the real and the virtual (the physical structure), and between the foreground and the background (as the projection interferes with its shadow). Together they developed a hybridized language of art that suggests innovative ways of interpreting contemporary ideas and technology.
Cuppetelli and Mendoza: Transposition was part of the summer 2013 campus-wide exhibition Spun: Adventures in Textiles.
Things to Do
Stop by for PREVIEW Open Window on Wednesday from 10:30 am-noon. More
News & Stories
Our celebration of textiles this year continues now that we have launched several more exciting projects at the DAM–the Thread Studio, a brand new textile gallery, and the opening of PreVIEW. The special spaces you may have discovered during Spun are still on view and now offer a suite of regular programming. More
At Untitled #61 (Harvest) on September 27, help us harvest a crochet coral reef and crocheted flowers and critters from the Ladies Fancywork Society’s Garden of the DAM(ed), as well as live plants from the Dye Garden. More
Our Pop-up Dye Garden (part of Spun: Adventures in Textiles) has weathered the Colorado summer and is still growing and blooming on the Martin Plaza! The colorful plaza oasis will be up until September 27, so there is still time to take a peek at what has sprouted over the past few months. You may be surprised to see that many of the dye plants in the DAM’s dye garden are already growing in your backyard. More
I will be the first to admit that I am not the best at “careful looking.” I can miss entire herds of deer on the side of the road or a lone pothole smack dab in the middle of the sidewalk. On a recent visit to the new textile art galleries with curator Alice Zrebiec, I benefitted from her incredible attention to detail. Cover Story, the inaugural exhibition in the new galleries, holds treasures from the museum’s collection and offers fun facts about how the world uses textiles. More