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Cluster: One Night Stand LA May 14, 2016

CLUSTER is a diffuse object, its boundaries blurred by its effects. It shifts between surface and volume; object and environment. This light installation was created for One Night Stand LA, a one-night event for art and architecture.

Pier 9 Residency February 1, 2016

  I’m currently part of the Spring 2016 cohort of Autodesk’s Pier 9 artist residency. I’m learning all about CNC and using their amazing 3D printers. Stay tuned for some new digitally fabricated work! Here’s the Instructible I submitted with the application. Apply to be an artist in residence here: autodesk.com/artist-in-residence/apply  

Emerging Technology Studio at Stanford January 4, 2016

I will be teaching as an adjunct at Stanford University this Winter Quarter in the Art & Art History Department. The course, Art 267: Emerging Technology Studio will focus on live visual performance with an emphasis on data and the body.  

Hybrid Manual and Generative 3D at Gray Area December 12, 2015

Manual modeling techniques such as lofting and projecting curves will be combined with swarm and physics simulations to create hybrid designs

Rouge Release v1.1.0 January 27, 2014

The new release version 1.1.0 is TouchDesigner088-compatible and has new features: presets for compositions, LFO-driven controls, new output & mapping tools, a MIDI controller template, and new compositions & filters.

Insights at INST-INT November 16, 2013

I presented my work and some of my thoughts about composition for immersive media at INST-INT, a gathering for sharing insights from the field of interactive installation. Here’s a video of my talk:  

Realtime Video in TouchDesigner: Rouge October 5, 2013

This two-part workshop teaches realtime video creation and performance in TouchDesigner, using Rouge as a framework for programming. October 5th and 6th 2013.

Visuals for CCRMA Modulations April 6, 2013

Live visuals for Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics annual showcase Modulations.

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