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Dr. David Mitsuo Nixon is a multi-disciplinary performance artist, filmmaker, and musician who is also a Philosophy professor at the University of Washington’s Bothell branch, where he teaches courses on a variety of subjects including: the meaning of life, Philosophy and music, science fiction, artificial intelligence, ethics, and others. Recent artistic projects include: Center-Cut Ham Dinner Night Slide Show (Annex Theatre), a one-man show about the meaning of life featuring theater, dance, animation, music and film; and West (On The Boards), a music/theater production about American expansion and imperialism, written and performed by “Awesome”, a musical septet and art collective that David co-founded in 2004. David also plays with the alt-bluegrass trio The Half Brothers.