I will be showing Murmur at the International Day of Peace conference in Denver.
I was a Co-PI for the Colorado Collaborative Arts and Design Education for Teachers and Students (CO-CADETS), grant application submitted to the NSF ITEST program.
I will be showing Murmer at the annual Colorado Health Foundation at the Keystone Event Center in Keystone Colorado.
Submitted an application for a Learning+ grant “WeAreHuman”. A Science Learning+ research project to understand how informal and novel learning experiences can shape attitudes and provide information to populations that are currently underserved, unmotivated and lacking the confidence to engage with Sciences, Technologies, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
Researchers in the US (University of Colorado Denver) and UK (the Glasgow School of Art, the University of Nottingham) working with practitioners at planetaria in the US (Gates Planetarium in Denver Museum of Natural Science) and UK (Planetarium at the Glasgow Science Centre) share a common interest in Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) with research and practical expertise in design research, human computer interaction and informal learning of STEM.
Samsara, a ballet created by David Taylor’s Zikr Dance Ensemble is performing at the Lone Tree Arts Center on June 11 and 12th. I was responsible for designing and programming the interactive video. The projections follow the dancers and respond to the audio track for the ballet.
Samsara, a ballet created by David Taylor’s Zikr Dance Ensemble is performing at the Lakewood Cultural Arts Center on June 3,4 and 5th. I was responsible for designing and programming the interactive video. The projections follow the dancers and respond to the audio track for the ballet.
I was awarded a one month residency at The Laboratory in Spokane, Wa. The theme of the residency will be VR and I plan to develop a new piece that explores how VR functions in a gallery setting.
I am honored to have been selected for a 4 week residency at Ucross. The Ucross Foundation has been awarding residencies since 1981. It is the ‘gift of time’ that I appreciate so much. I will be spending my time developing a video game based on the migration of the Miller’s Moth.
I will be installing an installation at Walker Fine Art on Friday, January 15th. The piece is about utopian futures and will include a stereoscopic mural, lenticular prints and Google Cardboard VR headsets.
I was awarded an ORS small grant award to purchase equipment in order to develop virtual reality projects.