Preparing for the Correspondence Performance at the Fabulous Festival of Fringe Film
A presentation from InterAccess’s 30th Anniversary MECHA KUCHA.
Helping kick off the ongoing artists’ Vines competition at Akimbo with a peak into Layne Hinton’s studio.
Just finished editing the profile of Tom Leonhardt at the Common Pulse Festival.
I’ve been developing the code for an xbee mesh network to support this large, outdoor audio installation. The tricky bits were getting Arduino Waveshields to accept remote commands, and getting users’ GPS data into the system. So I thought I’d share what I learned on Git-Hub to make it easier for the next artist trying this:
Rob King and I created a new piece for the Spanish Centre in Toronto for the 2013 Nuit Blanche.
Viewers contributed Vine videos that were transformed into stained glass windows, an illustration of the church of social media.
Just finished editing Kazumi’s performance at the Common Pulse Festival, where he was an artist-in-residence.
The Festival is starting; artists-in-residence are arriving!
Gigi Minor, a loose collective of artists based in Durham, Ontario, invited four accomplished filmmakers (Philip Hoffman, Ilse Gassinger, Iriz Pääbo and Myke Dyer) to make works which visually interpreted four of our their songs. Gigi Minor has performed the music live with the films at film festivals in Ontario and created a DVD / CD version.
The musicians are Geoffrey Shea and Philly Markowitz as well as Paul Nielsen, Gillian Inksetter, Randy Martin, Robin Rich and Chris Risk.
Michael is presenting Tentacles in Mumbai:
This interactive waiting room has a pressure sensitive floor and an interactive video environment for kids to play with as they’re waiting for clinic appointments. Elaine Biddiss spearheaded the project and invite my class of senior design students to create the ambient play experiences. It just launched to the public this week.
Just attend Grand 2012 with my grad student research team. Barry Wellman made an interesting observation about the GRAND network: that the NSERC (science) and SSHRC (social science/humanities) people were like two solitudes, and the art / tech practitioners were the bridge between them.