I recently presented my installation Who’s the Dummy? as part of xCoAx 2019, the 7th Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics & X. This was the second time mounting the project, following its November 2018 debut at the generate!_lab Festival of Electronic Arts in Tübingen. FIND COMPLETE DOCUMENTATION OF THIS PROJECT HERE.
NEW: FOR DOCUMENTATION OF THIS PROJECT, PLEASE GO HERE. I will be taking part in the generate!_lab festival in Tübingen, Germany on November 10, 2018. You’re invited! (Scroll for full description.) “Who’s the Dummy?” A multimedia installation about puppets and propaganda in cooperation with the generate!_lab Festival for Electronic Arts 2018 http://festival.shedhalle.de 10. November | […]
NEW: CLICK HERE FOR DOCUMENTATION OF THIS PROJECT. On Saturday, October 14, I will be debuting a new solo alias called If/When and present an installation and live sound performance called “Pigments” at the Kunstraum 34 in Stuttgart. The event is taking place in coordination with a city-wide cultural event called Stuttgartnacht and as part of […]
Three-color screen print and collage based on a sketch generated in Processing.
Last week I took a refresher screen printing class at the Künstlerhaus Stuttgart. The image is based on a generative sketch I wrote in Processing, manipulated a bit in Photoshop, and then separated into four colors. Coincidentally, Dave DiMarchi, who taught the last screen printing class I took, was in the midst of organizing a […]
On Saturday I participated in my town’s first Maker Faire. It was a good excuse to have good prints made of several recent Processing sketches. Thanks to Graphic Lab in NYC for the printing and to the Glen Ridge Public Library for hosting.
Last weekend I took a two-day class titled “Screenprinting 101” at the Printmaking Center of New Jersey. It was taught by Dave DiMarchi, a Montclair, NJ, based printer and bookmaker. Saturday focused on the basics of how screens are prepared, some techniques for drawing designs by hand, and the mechanics of pulling prints. On Sunday, […]
I’ve been working on a set of Processing sketches that start from an oscillating sine wave. This is created by making a bezier whose anchor points are at either sides of your window, and setting two control points that oscillate up and down in opposite directions. When you stack multiple iterations of the same function, […]