Mike Richison

Mike Richison

Specialist Professor at Monmouth University

Location:
400 Cedar Avenue, West Long Branch, New Jersey, United States
HQ Phone:
(732) 571-3400

General Information

Experience

Adjunct Professor  - Wayne State University

Education

BFA  - Studio Art , Calvin College

Bachelors of General Studies  - Virginia Commonwealth University

MFA  - Painting , Cranbrook Academy of Art

Masters of Fine Arts  - Design , Virginia Commonwealth University

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Michael Richison
After calling the Detroit, Michigan area home for a number of years, Mike relocated to New Jersey in 2007. He is currently a professor at Monmouth University where he teaches motion graphics and graphic design. He is a multimedia artist who has exhibited and performed at venues and galleries within the US and internationally. His most recent new media project was a mashup of a vintage voting booth and a 16 step sequencer called Video Voto Matic.

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Mike Richison
ONE NIGHT ONLY PERFORMANCE Friday, August, 5th: 6-10PM Grizzly Grizzly is proud to announce a First Friday performance event 'Simulsuck' by Mike Richison, a New Jersey based artist known for his inventive interpretations of reused materials. The one-night-only multimedia event, featuring found sculptural 'instruments,' video projection and experimental electronic sound, will take place on Friday August 5th from 6-10PM. There is no charge for admission, and viewers are welcome to stop by throughout the evening to experience this rhythm based, improvisational music performance. Mike Richison's eclectic process involves the collection and reassembly of discarded materials. An artist working in a variety a media, he is interested in the idea of reassigning (or voiding) utility by creating a new context for the objects he employs. 'Simulsuck' is an extension of Richison's latest artistic direction: a mash-up of video, performance, sculptural assemblage and custom electronics. Controllers made of recycled plastic materials encase interactive electronic meters and dials that feed information such as volume and pitch into the computer program Max/MSP/Jitter. The program then outputs video (comprised of television commercials) while altering it according to the incoming data. The resulting performance is a free-form visual and audio experiment unfolding over the course of the event. After calling the Detroit, Michigan area home for a number of years, Mike Richison relocated to Long Branch, New Jersey in 2007. He is currently at Monmouth University where he teaches Motion Graphics, History of Graphic Design and Typography. He considers himself a multimedia artist who utilizes a variety of media and approaches including graphic design, video, sculpture, printmaking, drawing and installation. He has exhibited and performed at several venues in the New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Detroit areas. Mike Richison's hi-tech re-purposed instrument for 'Simulsuck' Mike Richison explaining the complex mechanism he has created to a Grizzly supporter.

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Dickie Cox & Mike Richison
Opening Reception: July 21, 2017. 6pm-9pm Exhibition Dates: July 21 - August 4, 2017 Go Play Go Play, Dickie Cox & Mike Richison SPECTRE Arts, Durham, NC Go Play consists of works that integrate the emerging technologies of digitally-fabricated sculptural objects, augmented reality, video projection remapping, custom-built electronics, and social interfaces. With their hands-on installations, Dickie Cox and Mike Richison invite you to let your guard down, explore small-scale installation environments, and play together. Dickie Cox, a Virginia native, is an transmedia artist, designer, and creative technologist. In his studio practice, he unites design, interactivity, electronics, coding, and animation. He approaches projects with an active imagination, a love of narrative, and a sense of fearlessness. His films and installations have shown across the United States. He holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Design and a Bachelors of General Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University, and he currently teaches digital media in the Department of Communication at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey. Originally from Michigan, Mike Richison, relocated to New Jersey in 2007. He is also a professor at Monmouth University, where he teaches motion graphics and graphic design in the Department of Art and Design. He earned an MFA in Painting from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a BFA in Studio Art from Calvin College. He has exhibited and performed at venues and galleries within the United States and internationally. Like Cox, Richison employs illustration, animation, sculpture, sound, electronics, creative coding, and performance in his practice. Across the front door in the other front corner are Richison's last two pieces of the exhibit, 38 Games and Any Color You Like. Dickie Cox, Mike Richison Visual, Multimedia, Interactive, Installation. Mike Richison

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