Prometheus In Annie Dorsens’ Gaze
Dramaturg, Tom Sella, interviews pioneering performance maker, Annie Dorsen, on her latest foray into the world of algorithmic theater.
MAXforum: The Neuroverse
Creatives and cutting-edge thinkers from this years’ festival help us take look at some of the most enduring themes and big questions in The Neuroverse.
A Closer Look At The Neuroverse
We are proud to have The Neuroverse featured in the Stories of Impact a series that highlights the real-world influences of Science Sandbox projects through personal narratives, videos, and interviews.
Highlights From MAXlive 2021: The Neuroverse
Applications to our incubator for artists, creative technologists, and thinkers to develop work at our next festival open up in February. In the meantime check out past MAXmachina fellows and the work they’ve made.
Pieces From MAXlive 2021: The Neuroverse
We want to honor Eric Eden Sumner, Jr. who died at his home recently. He was a significant influence on MAX and an ardent fan of our MAXforum series where big scientific ideas collide with expansive artistic vision. We were privileged to have him as a member of our community.
Two essential themes repeated throughout Eric’s career. One was technical: finding patterns in large, complex data sets (what we call Big Data today). The other theme consisted of softer skills: communicating complex ideas, getting the right allies, and leading great teams.
At MAX we pursue those same themes – using technology for larger humanitarian purposes by supporting a community of talented creators and thinkers. We hope to achieve with the rigor and excellence of Eric Sumner, Jr.