Timothy Nohe is an artist engaging traditional and electronic media in public life and public places. His recent work has been realized in intermedia works, including site-specific sound and video installations, sound scores for dance, sculpture and virtual reality artworks. He has exhibited and performed his work in a range of national and international venues. He received a 2006 Fulbright Senior Scholar Award from the Australia-America Fulbright Commission, and resided in Prague, Czech Republic and Sydney, Australia while on research leave. Three Maryland State Arts Council awards have supported his work in the area of New Genre and Installation/Sculpture.
Nohe serves as a board member and composer for the Baltimore public performance art group, Fluid Movement. He is actively committed to collectivist work, and is a member of the International Corporation of Lost Structures, a Sydney-based creative collective, and the Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles. His professional affiliations include the Electronic Music Foundation, the College Art Association, and the Society of Photographic Education.
Professor Nohe holds a degree in visual art from the University of California San Diego (M.F.A.), and in photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art (B.F.A.).
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