Agnes Chavez is a new media artist, educator, and co-director of The PASEO. She collaborates with artists, programmers and youth, combining data visualization, sound and projection art to create participatory experiences for festivals, museums and community spaces. Her educational STEMarts LAB programs blend art, new media and science, and have been contracted by institutions such as Los Alamos National Laboratory and ISEA2012: Machine Wilderness festival. She is the founder and developer of SUBE, a multisensory language curriculum for teaching Spanish and English to kids through art, music and games. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the renowned “Educational Innovation in the Americas” (INELAM) award in 2006, and the 2011 New Mexico Women in Technology Award.
Installations and STEMarts LAB youth workshops are available for contracting or commission.
Art Exhibitions and Residencies
2016 Origination Point v.2, Harwood Museum, Taos, NM
2015 Santa Fe Art Institute Residency, Santa Fe, NM
2015 ATLAS Experiment@CERN Research Residency, Geneva, Switzerland
2015 Origination Point, “Entre, Dentro, Fuera”, Havana Biennial, Cuba
2014 (x)trees v.4, Cabot Plaza wall, Taos, NM
2012 (x)trees v.2, ISEA2012: Machine Wilderness, Albuquerque Museum, ABQ, NM
2012 (x)trees v.3, Bareiss Gallery, Occupy Art, Group exhibit, Taos, NM
2011 (x)trees v.2, IMPA Factory and Cultural Center, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2010 (x)trees v.1, Lighting of Ledoux, Taos NM
2009 Spacemind, One-person installation, Cafe Loka, Taos, NM
1999 Drawing Perspectives, Three-person Show, Harwood Museum, Taos, NM
1997 Group exhibit, Contemporary Hispanic Art, Capitol Building, Santa Fe, NM
1997 Rio Grande Siggraph Expo, Albuquerque Convention, ABQ, NM
1996 Light Forms; Jungle Rhythms, Millicent Rogers Museum, Taos, NM
1995 Highlands University, Three-person Exhibit, Las Vegas, NM
1995 Artist-in-residency, Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM
1994 El Mundo del Arte de Nuevo, Guadalupe Cultural Arts, San Antonio, TX
1992 Taos Moderns in Carlsbad, Carlsbad Museum, Carlsbad, NM
1990 New Paradigms for a Virtual Reality, Metro-State Center For Visual Arts. Denver, CO.