We got a projector!
El Golfo Restaurant sign painting time lapse.
Testing the rose pattern before we do it for real at El Golfo.
Car Guaranty Co. Mehdi Ghadyanloo
Hong Kong by usrdck
Fort Bourtange in Groningen, Netherlands
My graduate architecture studio partnered with an art studio to do work in the Long Branch neighborhood, near Takoma Park in Silver Spring, Maryland. I built this giant cocoon out of plastic bottles together with Alison Boliek, Renard Edwards, and Kristen Yeung. It is part of a series of temporary art installations around the area for the Long Branch Super Block Party on May 11th, which Jeff is helping to coordinate.
Stay tuned for night photos; We have 200 LEDs embedded in the bottles that make it glow after sunset.
Ryoji Ikeda - The Transfinite (2011)
“A huge, immersive, electronic light-and-sound installation consisting of an immense wall — 54 feet wide by 40 feet tall — which serves as a screen for streaming video projections.
On one side, horizontal black, gray and white stripes and bands divided into left and right sections scroll downward, flickering furiously to the sound of aggressively percussive, buzzing and whistling electronic music emitted by powerful speakers.
he bar-code-like patterns extend across the white floor in front of the wall, where visitors who have doffed their shoes may loll, dance or meditate. It’s like a walk-in, animated Op Art painting.
On the other side, the floor is covered by soft black fabric and the wall is flooded by finely articulated, incomprehensibly complicated numerical and graphic data.
What is it to be human in such a universe? What values other than statistical ones sustain us?”