Thoughts on art and code, event announcements, experiments, and more.

Strange Fruit

Posted on May 21st, 2018 in Audio Visual, Events
Throughout Somebody’s History: A white woman’s journey to understand race in AmericaAmy Selikoff‘s monologues, stand-up comedy and spoken word segments are punctuated with “interstitials” – short animations designed to provide a moment to breathe (for audience and performer).   In collaboration with Bryant Lee (composer, musician) and Amy (director), I created these animations with Processing, […]

New Work: Audiograms

Posted on May 13th, 2017 in Audio Visual
In the summer of 2016, my wife Amy and I circumnavigated the Northern Hemisphere, visiting family and friends, old and new, in the US, South Korea, Nepal, England, Norway, Finland, and Iceland. We called this our Circumnavacation. One of our destinations was an interdisciplinary conference where I would show my interactive installation, Audiograph (2015), a […]

Art31: Borrowed Light opens Tomorrow Night

Posted on March 2nd, 2017 in Events
Be the first to see the Borrowed Light exhibition — plus my piece Audiograph, short films from the Enzian, Art31 Talking Room by C.R. Barnett, pop-up exhibition by Artist-in-Action Suzanne Oberholtzer, and music by The Pauses. And as always, literary readings, open Artists-in-Action & Art School studios, light bites, cash bar and more!

Digital and Interactive Art Submission Roundup for Orlando, Florida

Posted on November 5th, 2016 in Events
Orlando has a long history of involvement in digital and interactive art and technology, whether it’s the Simulation & Training industry (in which I worked after college, doing Mixed Reality research at the Media Convergence Laboratory), the video game industry (e.g. EA Sports / Tiburon), or the theme parks (e.g. Disney Imagineering). Every year brings […]

An Evening of Creepy Classics

Posted on October 30th, 2016 in Events
Last night in downtown Denver I joined organist and friend Wil Smith at Central Presbyterian Church for a unique multimedia evening of creepy classics. In a pitch-black Central sanctuary, he performed organ works from our favorite dearly departed composers (along with some works from the living) while I projected live video art onto the organ pipes. Program J.S. Bach […]