The worlds of art and engineering collide in an interdisciplinary collaboration between a pair of faculty members at The University of Texas at El Paso.
Nathaniel V. Robinson, assistant vice president for the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects and lecturer for civil engineering, and Angel Cabrales, assistant professor of sculpture, have combined their talents and expertise to generate dialogue about ethnicity, opportunity and social challenges while exploring the role of technology in the daily lives of Americans.
Robinson and Cabrales are collaborating on multiple projects involving interactive sculptures that engage the public as active participants in art and dialogue.
The first project is a new iteration of a previous installation by Cabrales and is intended to promote voting in the El Paso region. The interactive exhibit titled “A-Hole in One: The Battlegrounds,” was…