Denver media artist will be presenting their work this coming Thursday for the second B.Y.O.B Denver held in Redline Gallery. BYOB is the brain child of Rafaël Rozendaal. I was part of the first BYOB in 2010, and this time around I helped organized the event.
Participating artists include: Justin Beard, Max Bernstein, Matt Weedman, Ryan Ruehlen, Adan De La Garza, Bryan Leister, Laleh Mehran, Christopher Coleman, Katrin Davis, Joel Swanson, Dmitrius Obergfell, Francis Brack, Joseph Coniff, Andrew S. Rising, Jeromie Dorrance, Mario Zoots, Zach Reini, David Fodel, Brandon Bultman, Brian DeLevie, Katie Watson, Phillip Faulkner, Pattie Ryan, Katie Martineau-Caron, Seth Chaps, Zak Loyd, Frankie Gutiere
Friday Oct. 26th and 27th will be the premiere of a new collaborative piece between myself and Abby Man-Yee Chan, choreographer and dancer Cai Ying at the Atlas Center in Boulder, CO. Denver artist Nichole Hongchang and I worked together for additional video footage of her ink drawings on rice paper.
Abby and Cai Ying have spent the last few weeks here in Denver planning the project and working with me to write software for the performance. We are working on some interesting ideas about childhood, modern life and technology. I’ve designed a playable Chinese board game that can be played by moving around on a floor projected image of the board. In addition, we will have a kinect controlled musical instrument that the dancers can control by their body motions. The choreography is amazing and our rehearsals at Redline and Workspace have been very productive. Looking forward to seeing this at the wonderful facilities of the Atlas Center.
A game-driven visual that I designed will be part of Jane Franklin’s dance performance this Wednesday at the Kennedy Center Millenium Stage. You can view the performance in person or through the Kennedy Center live feed at 6PM EST. My animations are stylized Black and White children’s book looking artwork originally created for the Mouse of Amherst.
Students from the University of Colorado Denver have created full dome animation for a live play being staged at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Galileo.the father of modern science explores selected events and incidents from the career and personal life of Galileo Galilei, the renowned astronomer-mathematician-physicist-philosopher famous for the invention of the telescope and the creation of modern scientific methodology.
Details and reservations for the Jan. 19th and 20th performances are here.
Amazing demo scene that shows what you can do in realtime, with enough time! If you don’t know what a demoscene is, check out the wiki, it’s pretty cool that this is just done for fun. It’s not promoting or selling anything other then the skills of the artists.
Here are the comp proposals submitted by the Digital Design students. We will use this area to comment about the ideas and to decide on the 3 basic set designs to use for the show. Through lighting, textures and animations the environments will be customized for the specific scenes to be performed. Continue reading Joan of Arc: A Constellation of Voices→