I invite you to stop by Room Art Gallery in February to check out a solo show I am having. This exhibition features drawings on custom wood panels, a new body of work that I am really excited about!
The Mother Hen Project
The Mother Hen Project is an art auction to benefit Chicks In Crisis, featuring work by internationally acclaimed artists, animators, illustrators and graphic designers. The auction will be silent & live on November 8th 2014 at ROOM Art Gallery in Mill Valley, CA. Your donations are gratefully accepted.
I invite you to stop by the Lab in SF and check out the LAST Festival on Oct. 23-25th. This event was developed by Leonardo and curated by Lily Alexander, featuring interactive and new media works. I will have the latest iteration of my robotic drawing installation Attraction/Repulsion:Redux.
Hope to see you there!
The second LAST festival (LAST=Life Art Science Tech) will take place in San Francisco on Oct 23-25th during the city-wide Bay Area Science Festival.
Mixing interactive/participatory/digital art and science talks (Neuroscience,
Ebola, Nanotech, Singularity, Space Exploration – see below).
Hard to summarize everything but in a nutshell:
> Thursday from 6pm till 10pm: Opening party of the Art Exhibition
* Adam Carlin & Erich Richter: “Some Thing Grounded”
* Carlos Castellanos: “Mobile Bioenergy Lab”
* Gene Felice & David Kant: “Coactive Systems”
* Peter Foucault: “Attraction/Repulsion”
* Emily Martinez: “AntiApocalypse”
* OpenLab (Sean McGowen, Ian Ayyad, Richard Vallejos, Joel Horne) : “BioSensing Garden”
* SonicSENSE (Jennifer Parker & Barney Haynes): “SoundPool”
* Erich Richter: “Chant”
Curated by Lily Alexander.
> Friday from 6pm till 10pm: Art Exhibition
> Friday at 7:30pm: A rare live performance by legendary and reclusive sound
> Saturday from 11am till 2pm: Art Exhibition
> Saturday from 2pm till 6pm: the Symposium!
2:00pm – Space Exploration and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life: Chris McKay, Planetary Scientist at NASA Ames
2:45pm – The state of Neuroscience: Bruno Olshausen, Director of the Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience
3:30pm – The state of Nanotechnology: Christine Peterson, Cofounder of the Foresight Institute
4:15pm – Infectious Diseases/ The Ebola epidemics: Charles Chiu, Professor of Infectious Diseases at UCSF School of Medicine
5:00pm – Artificial Intelligence and the Singularity: Piero Scaruffi (Cultural Historian, Cognitive Scientist, Author)
Sponsored by Leonardo ISAST.
> Saturday from 6pm till 8pm: Closing party of the Art Exhibition
Free and open to everybody.
Please register if you want to attend the symposium on Oct 25th so we know how many people to expect:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/life-art-science-tech-last-festival-tickets-13774801803
Please register if you plan to attend Laetitia Sonami’s performance on Oct 24th:
And spread the word!
Venue: The Lab, 2948 16th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Please join us at the Oakland Zoo on Saturday Oct. 18th from 10am – 3pm for a free pop-up interactive screen printing project. Hope to see you there!
Here are some links to the Getty Flickr page where you can view pictures from our first series of events:
Also here is a wonderful blog written by Getty Employee Kimberly Sadler: http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/what-mask-do-you-wear/
We will be posting more pictures soon!
Location: Museum Courtyard, Getty Center
– See more at: http://www.getty.edu/visit/cal/events/18830.html#sthash.WlgaIoqx.dpuf
Our Set up dates will be:
|1200 Getty Center Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Please stop by the Torrance Art Museum and check our latest version of the MAP Mobile Screen Printing Backpack which is included in the exhibition The Watchmen.
In this piece we are walking through Los Angeles and setting up four pop up interactions throughout the city exploring the relationship the public has with surveillance cameras installed in their communities. The hike will be happening before the show on May 31st – June 1st, for more information on where the project is happening and how you can participate please visit this online interactive map created for this project by Bay Area web designers Nico Crisafulli and Brian Kahler. Documentation of the hike and further interactions through the piece will be ongoing through the course of the exhibition.
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The Cultural Services Division is responsible for City-sponsored arts and cultural initiatives held at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center
and throught the City.
For information about the City of Torrance and other programming at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center,
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Tuesday – Saturday,
From 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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