Look no further. Multi-media artist Bill Viola is slated to grace the Berkeley campus today and tomorrow. His globally exhibited body of work has been known to take the form of architecture, sound environments, electronic music performances, flat panels and television broadcast.

Move over, Man Ray.

Like most MacArthur Foundation Fellowship-winning, honorary doctorate-holding pioneers of contemporary art, Bill Viola spent most of the 70s performing with avant-garde composer David Tudor in his Rainforest ensemble and traveling in the Sahara.

He’s created works inspired by Hindu firewalkers, frescos and read more »