Adam Cooper-Terán is an AZ-based visualist + performer, well-regarded as a serial collaborator amongst various activists, rabble-rousers, cultural engineers, theater companies, musicians, photographers, filmmakers, painters, poets, et al.
His Video and New Media Work has appeared across the Americas, Europe, and the Middle-East, in universities, museums, basements, and streets, through video installation, ceremony, and spectacle. His projects have garnered support and praise from various institutions – ACA, NPN, NEA, The Guggenheim, TPAC, MACLA, MAP Fund, Belle Foundation, ASU , UCSC, NYU, University of Rostock, NHCC, ISDA as he continues to undermine mainstream media whenever possible.
Adam manages and directs the Ancestors Project as part of the All Souls Procession Weekend. First implemented in 2005, the Ancestors Project allows the public to submit images of their loved ones, which are projected live onto buildings and existing structures along the Procession route and Finale Site.