AnalogAnalogue is a new artist collective that creates public installations, design/build projects, interactive exhibitions, and community outreach events. With a broad range of skills sets and talents, the collective is adaptable to most any exciting and positive project, whether locally or nationally, large or small.
Kevin Curry holds an MFA in Sculpture from Southern Illinois University, and currently teaches at The Florida State University. When describing his work, he writes it "involves a mapping of sorts, a multidisciplinary collection of history and storytelling that reflects the looked-over, passed-over, hidden and forgotten parts of our culture and lives. The codification of language and information is a key element as I chronicle the lost and discarded, the preserved and the relished."
Dr. Rodríguez is a board-certified family physician and Assistant Professor at the Florida State University College of Medicine. He is also the founder and Editor-in-Chief of HEAL (Humanism Evolving Through Arts and Literature). Bringing together writing and art from a variety of sources HEAL acts as a platform where medical students share their growth and development, where faculty and staff impart their knowledge gained from experience, and where members of the community express how health and healing have impacted their lives, so that when viewed together may promote humanism. HEAL strives to bridge the growing gap between patients and their providers while hoping to produce a meaningful creative outlet to those who participate in the publication of its bi-monthly newsletter and annual literary journal.
Todd Bacile is a Marketing PhD Candidate at Florida State University who gained notoriety for his use of Klout as an assignment in one of his classes. The assignment garnered national attention.