Melissa Glick works in manipulated digital photography and assemblage. Transforming recycled computer parts into Hacker Junk Mosaics that capture a conversation between 2D and 3D colors, shapes and patterns. Harvested from the proliferation of obsolete equipment, we find everywhere this beautiful debris comes together as if by chance to become dynamic compositions. Melissa Glick is a graduate of SUNY Purchase and Mass College of Art. Teacher at Artisan’s Asylum, Somerville, MA- http://www.artisansasylum.com.

I have an etsy store Hacker Creations

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  1. Hey Melissa,

    I’d like to invite you to the next Tech in Motion event: Innovators and IPAs; Demos and Drinks. It will take place on August 28th, 6:30 p.m., at Blazing Paddles on Lansdowne Street. We will be showcasing exciting Boston local companies with expertise in robotics, 3D printing, and more.

    Our featured demos include MakerBot, WiTricity and Aldebaran Robotics. It’s a great networking opportunity and completely free to attend, RSVPs can be made here (http://www.meetup.com/TechinmotionBoston/events/191670302/). We usually provide some food too! We’d all be happy to see ya!

    Talk soon, Justin

    Get involved in the Boston tech community & join Tech in Motion for a Networking Mixer on 8/28!


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