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Thanks to everyone who came out to support us at the Festival of the Impossible, we had an incredible turnout. Three days just wasn't enough, and we're looking forward to installing Swingscape elsewhere in the Bay Area. Please reach out if you'd like to work with us to install the swing at your location.
Up next I'm showing my kinetic piece "Third Eye" at Nightlife Live on July 12th. It's always a good time at the Academy of Sciences and I hope to see you there!

'Sight Unseen' is officially installed on the fourth floor at the Maxon Mill in Wassaic. Despite the many challenges of creating work from found materials, I think this version came out looking great! Check it out in person Aug. 4th at the festival.

I'm delighted to share several upcoming shows with you. 'The Fear' has been converted into a waiting room in Root Division's group show 'Simmer'. Come sit on my couch and feel the pulse of mortality. The reception is on Saturday, April 14 from 7 - 10PM and you can see the show through April 24th.

I'm also heading to NY in May to install 'Shoreline' from my Sight Unseen projects for the Wassaic summer exhibition. For those unfamiliar, the show is held in a gorgeous former Mill turned gallery and installation space. It opens May 12th and runs through September 22 with a multi-day festival celebrating art, music, and performance on August 4th.

Lastly, artist Joel Ogden and I are creating a very experimental and very exciting VR installation at Minnesota Street Projects in San Francisco for the three day 'Festival of the Impossible' in June. Stay tuned for more details, as it will certainly be unforgettable.

Excited to announce that I'm participating in Spring Open Studios at Yosemite Place! I'll be showing new work alongside a stand-alone, updated version of 'Sight Unseen' thanks to the very generous support of Jean Chadbourne and The Growlery. Looking forward to sharing my process and a peek into where it all happens.



I was really impressed by the presentation quality at Aggregate Space gallery where I'm showing my video "In The Wake Of" as part of their video open call. The show was very thoughtfully curated, and I can't recommend it more as a worthwhile stop on a First Fridays gallery walk. The next one is February 3rd, hope some of you can make it out. Here's a shot of the artist roundtable photographed by Willis, with my 25 foot video in the background.





The 'Art of Dying' was a great success! I enjoyed the introduction into the VR world as well as the many like-minded individuals who spoke to me about 'The Fear'. Here's a quick video of the installation. Thanks to Subpac for the added vibration and to everyone who shared their two cents. And I finally have a moving version of the light-well installation from the Soft Opening mid-month. Looking forward to recreating the display at a future showing.





Here's an installation shot from the soft opening this past Wednesday at The Growlery. I'm in the process of compiling a video of the light-well projection. Also excited to announce my participation in 'The Art of Dying', an augmented reality experience opening October 28th at The Laundry. I'll be showing a new iteration of 'The Fear'. Follow the links for more information.





I'm taking off for a week-long stint at the Growlery by the sea! While I'm busy scanning negatives 24 hours a day with no internet access, I leave you with the new installation I made for the SF Art Show, and an in-progress shot with my hardest working first assistant. Thanks for all the positive feedback on this one.





A few more from 'The Fear' peep hole installation at Savernack Street







Thank you to those who braved the cold at 'The Fear' reception and to OneStudio for collaborating on a beautiful show. Some highlights from both receptions below. My Growlery residency is ending, but I'm going out with a bang and showing The Facinator at California Academy of Sciences Nightlife Live on May 19th. Click the image below for details











A couple new shows in the works: the first opens April 2nd at Savernack Street Gallery, and a group show April 16th at The Growlery. Come by on the 2nd for another version of 'The Fear' and a tarot card reading by one who knows.
Savernack Street



Some installation shots from the Artifacts show for those who missed it. I was overwhelmed and pleased by the response to the work, thank you for coming!









Excited to be doing a talk on my work and process at Harvey Milk Photo Center this month. Awesome that city programs like this still exist.

March 16th 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Lecture Series



Upcoming exhibit at The Growlery. Look forward to seeing some familiar faces!



Some of my NYC photos up at The Growlery while I prepare to install new work for an opening at the end of the month. Come stop by and say hello!







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NYC





All eyes on you: a new gadget with mirrors carefully angled to create a stereoscopic effect. Gazing at any one of them shows a combination of your left and right eye staring right back.





Here is a peek at the viewer I built for my project 'Blind Spot' (it resembles a camera, but it isn't!).



The photos below are taken through the lens of the viewer, intended to reflect a single image of the raw information captured by the eye before the brain compiles it into a seamless image.













A new rendition of 'The Fear' as an interactive sculpture at the Academy of Sciences, in which the audio is converted to vibration with tactile transducers. Another really fun Nightlife event! Check out the video to see it in action.










Excited to have my installation of "The Fear" part of Nightlife Live at the Academy of Sciences September 10th. Click the image below to buy tickets to this awesome event. And thank you to Codame for working with me! They blur the line between art and technology, see more of their events here:

CODAME Events

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From a roll of film shot in Paris, 2010.











Wassaic, NY in May.











Tokyo dreams.









Looking through portals.



Summer things.





A peek into my studio at the Wassaic summer residency.




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Take a walk around my neighborhood (click the image for a detail shot).



Sunday came early for me this week. One from the archives: Brooklyn 2010.



Tokyo at night.







Tokyo.





New addition.



Containing my knives.



Artifacts got an update. Click below to take a look.



Sunday.




Here's a preview of some new work -- it's all coming together! Click the thumbnails below for the detail shot.




Some exciting new things on the way--stand by for a preview of my work in progress. In the meantime, check out some smaller limited edition pieces for sale at SaatchiArt.




A show in which my 3D work is featured. Opens this Feb!




A few images from 'Omit' in panorama form.










Check out the work at this year's CCNY Auction. It's a great organization to support and is showing some beautiful prints. One of my 'Strata' artist proofs will be available.




A new image from summer in NY (more coming soon).




A couple shots from opening night at Christopher Henry, and a great turn out!