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Experiments in wearable electronic art.


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Luminous Garden opening party Dec. 8 at Vermillion in Seattle

Sunflower

The Sunflower of Symmetry doing its thing.

I’m proud to be part of the Luminous Garden installation at the Vermillion gallery in Capitol Hill. The show opens Thursday December 8, with the opening party from 5-8pm. Come have a glass of wine and meet the artists. The show will run for two months.

I will have the newly rebuilt Sunflower of Symmetry in the show, now with polished aluminum petals and stainless steel leaves, animating in its mesmerizing way.

Hope to see you there!

Facebook event here.


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Sunflower of Symmetry at Eldritch show Oct 29th

Sunflower

The Sunflower of Symmetry doing its thing.

polaris

Polaris

I’ll have my Sunflower of Symmetry piece in Saturday’s awesome Eldritch show at the Conservatory in Seattle’s Volunteer Park, 6pm – 9pm. Additionally, I’ll be wearing Polaris, my wearable, interactive version of the Sunflower’s tech, which has rarely been seen in public outside of Burning Man. So come down and check out some great art and music in the covered, heated Conservatory!


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Anthrolume at Lusio Light show

TrenchAndSunflowerThere’s a one-night curated art show called Lusio Light in Seattle’s Volunteer Park on Saturday July 30, from dusk until 10pm. I will have a new, small sculptural piece in that show called the Sunflower of Symmetry, and I will be wearing the trenchcoat as well.

The show’s free and kid- (and dog-) friendly so come on out and see some great light-oriented art. See you there!


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Trench Animation Sampler

The Anthrolume trenchcoat is all packed up and on its way to Burning Man 2015. This year I did a ton of work on the software and added nearly 150 new animations, so I will have 350 unique animations coursing over my body during the week.

Before packing up the trench I made a quick video featuring 20 animations, most of them new. I’m looking forward to blasting these and many more onto the playa in less than a week’s time.

EDIT: Some people have asked about the music in this video. That’s a song I wrote called Why We’re Here – the voice is that of Richard Feynman, who won the Nobel Prize for physics in 1965 and is one of my personal heroes.


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Anthrolume in 2015 Seafair Torchlight Parade

The Trench

The Trench

I’m pleased to announce that I and the Anthrolume trenchcoat will be walking in the Seattle’s Seafair Torchlight Parade on Saturday July 25, 2015 at 7:30pm. The parade starts at 4th Ave. N and Broad St. near the Space Needle, and runs south 2.5 miles down 4th to Washington. (Parade route here.) There’s lots of first-come-first-served seating along 4th so come on out and watch the parade, featuring other fan favorites like the Red Hot Mamas and the famous Seafair Pirates. If you can’t make it you can watch it live on KIRO TV or later from their video archive. If you’re looking for me, I’ll be in the last quarter of the parade, when it is darkest, and where the organizers feature the floats and acts with the most creative lighting and illumination.Seafair

There are an estimated 300,000 spectators on the parade route, so this will be some big exposure for Anthrolume!

See you there and Happy Seafair!