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Andrew Lazarow

Adjunct, Alumni, Class of 2012


Courses Taught: Designing and Collaborating for Live Performance
Nothing: Creating Illusions

Andrew has been a resident researcher and adjunct professor at ITP for five years. As an artist he focuses on interactive video and projections designs for retail and public spaces as well as for theater, dance, and opera. Most recently he designed the new rock musical "Head Over Heels" currently on Broadway, and the systems for Tiffany's flagship store's window displays. Other theatrical works include: "Terms of My Surrender" with Michael Moore on Broadway, "Privacy" (Interactive Technology Consultant) with Daniel Radcliffe at the Public Theater, and "I am Harvey Milk" with Kristin Chenoweth at Lincoln Center. His previous works outside of theater range from arena events, to boutique retailers, to resorts. Andrew is working as a designer and technologist at ESI Design. Andrew's areas of expertise include: optical illusions, the biology of seeing, motion capture, projection mapping, protest art, and semiotics. His classes include "Designing for Live Performance," "Nothing," "Canvas for Public Discourse," and he has been a thesis advisor at ITP.