“Tagg feels that "direct interaction with artists can be enormously stimulating as a creative atmosphere unfolds and a tension builds between priorities and points of view."”
Randall Tagg is a physicist who has established the Center for Learning through Applied Research and Innovation (CLARI) to explore the integration of three main functions of a university: teaching, research, and service. One of his ongoing projects involves researching chaotic dynamical systems and fluid physics. His residency at McColl Center was scheduled in tandem with that of Paul DeMarinis to investigate the potential for interaction between artist and scientist. Professor Tagg also served as an advisor for Turbulent Landscapes: The Natural Forces that Shape Our World, an exhibition of artworks representing complex systems in nature, organized by the Exploratorium and exhibited by McColl Center at Spirit Square. He is working with Paul De Marinis during his residnecy at McColl Center.
Residency Type Summer Affiliate Artist
Currently Based Denver, CO
Medium Physics, Mixed Media
Residency Dates May 25 — Nov 18 2001