All posts filed under “2016

Shaurjya Banerjee – The Death Cube

The Death Cube is a large scale steel kinetic sculpture that attempts to connect materials, movements and tangibility. Shaurjya Banerjee is a creative technologist and kinetic sculptor from Calcutta, India.  The Death Cube was installed in the WaveCave from April 11th to April 18th, 2016

Nathan Villicaña Shaw – Cathode Ray Tubes

Cathode Ray Tubes explores unconventional approaches for human-circuit interaction by eliminating all sensors, buttons, knobs and all other “middle-men” between the circuit and the user. Video feedback loops are created out of four CRT TV’s and four NES knock-off consoles (Retrons). The Retrons circuit boards […]

Eric Heep - Red Mitsubishi

Eric Heep – Red Mitsubishi

Mechatronic installation. Eighteen solenoids are affixed to the walls of the space, driven by the use of an Arduino and a custom PCB design. Created for the retirement of the artist’s 2000 Mitsubishi Mirage. Notes are as follows: Early last semester I totaled my car. […]

Martin Velez - Pong Ping

Martin Velez – Pong Ping

Pong Ping is an augmented reality table tennis (Ping-Pong) installation. A Ping-Pong table with 4 contact mics under it and 4 speakers in a quadraphonic configuration will be filling the space. As the participant enters the location he is immediately submersed into an immersive environment generated […]

Brent Javier - Plenum#1: Collective Nature

Brent Javier – Plenum #1: Collective Nature

Collective Nature is a multi-dimensional immersion of both sound and video, which seeks to explore the ideas of the interconnectedness & collective memories we externalize between humans and the world around us via nature, including our intrinsically strong relationship towards the inorganic matter, such as […]

Cordey Lopez - Brass Orchids

Cordey Lopez – Brass Orchids

Brass Orchids is a weeklong performance installation emphasizing the role of the body in electronic music. Performances were privately staged and recorded, then publicly displayed the following day. The installation culminated in a final public performance with audience documentation displayed in the days following. Cordey […]

Mike Leisz -

Mike Leisz – is an interactive video feedback system comprised of a camera, projector, lightbulb, and image processing software written by the artist. The system invites users to influence its output by exploring, manipulating, and disrupting its inputs. Moving the lightbulb, flooding the space with external light, […]

Manuel Lima - Red Cube

Manuel Lima – Red Cube

Red Cube is a Clock running 24 hours for seven days. It changes on every five minutes. Manuel Lima is a composer-performer from Brazil, currently based in Los Angeles. Has been developing for the past three years a ‘live cinema’ performance – The Red Light […]