While I'm working on multiple projects during this residency in Joutsa Finland, I did create a little game yesterday that will eventually fit into a larger interactive project...
Give it a try...
Come listen to a very inspirational talk by Professor Pata at a "not-so" XTed talk titled "Ideas Worth Confusion", organized by librarian extraordinaire Steve Kemple.
My talk is called "Is Relativism relative? And why you may like it!"
more info here
This weekend was busy with art events. The closing of Tiny Things went well although it was quite cold. Then Saturday night, I joined musicians Ofir Klemperer and Zach Larabee for a video and audio performance at Manifest Drawing Center in honor of the launching of their new dark room.
My solo show at Portal Gallery is closing on November 11th, 6 to 8. Come visit this 5 channel video installation.
More info at https://www.facebook.com/events/604400023071565/
The Artworks team has finished this amazing rendering of my artwork. I am so proud that a little piece of my world will forever be in this city that has been my home for almost a decade.
Professor Pata was invited to present a special lecture titled: "The question is the question or when the answer is the question".
One of my design has been chosen to be painted permanently on the streets of Downtown Cincinnati. Obviously, I can't paint so I'm not doing it but there is a group of awesome apprentices some of them as young as 14 who will be doing it. Thanks guys! Here is what it looks like now!
I have been working on a video series with Matthew Shackelford and it was selected for a film festival in Covington Kentucky. Come out Tuesday April 12th to see three episodes of this new series. or check out this episode.
Last December I installed a fan installation in a tiny closet in the Atelier Recto Verso in Reims. France. Here is what it looked like.
My favorite collaborator, Matthew Shackelford, and I had a series of short movies selected for the upcoming Mini Micro Cinema Festival at the Carnegie in Covington. We will present 3 shorts on the theme of Pataphysics on April 12th.
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It's official! I'm working on an ambitious performance project to commemorate WW1. The University of Reims validated the proposal and I have a budget for it. I also got a travel grant from NKU to support the project. The show will take place in May 2016 and will be a collaborative endeavor with French and American artists.
Curator Anastasiya Yatsuk has chosen one of my works to be showcased in St Petersburg in 2016. A selection of 3 loops from the Tiny Things Collection will be displayed as a projection. More info on the exhibit coming up very soon.