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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, […]

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 […]

Lumen Prize Results are in…

Posted on October 14th, 2016 in Events
…and I did not win an award. But I am still very happy to be included in the shortlist, among such amazing artists and artworks. I would like to give a shout out to the winner of the Interactive Award, Laser Light Synths by Seb Lee-Delisle (Brighton, UK). I’ve been a fan of Seb’s work for […]