Ryan Holsopple

Adjunct Lecturer

Ryan Holsopple is a performer, programmer and designer that creates interactive hardware and software for performances with his own company, 31 Down, and other artists including Annie Dorsen, Bill Morrison, Jim Findlay, Radiohole and Mallory Catlett with whom Ryan won a 2014 Special Citation OBIE Award for Design with his work on, This Was The End.  Recent works with Annie Dorsen include: Infinite Sun (Sharjah Art Biennial 14, 2019) The Great Outdoors, Slow Room, Yesterday Tomorrow, A Piece of Work.  Works with Radiohole include Tarzana (The Performing Garage, Mass Live Arts), Myth Or Meth by Tom Murrin (LaMaMa, OBIE Nominee) and Inflatable Frankenstein (The Kitchen).
Ryan is a graduate of NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP). Photo by Maria Baranova from Radiohole's Tarzana.

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