Archive for the ‘Design Show’ Category
Robot Recipes: Rabbit will be on display for the next two weeks at the American Design Club Built Show.
“Built is starting from scratch. Built is the process. And a method. Built is a decision. And a material. Built is the tools we use. And how we use them. Those who innovate a way past limitations deserve a stage of appreciation during NYCxDesign 2018.”
Built will be on view and open to the public May 11th - 23rd. Hours each day are 11am - 7 pm (Sundays 12 - 6pm).
There are a bunch of great designs and products showing there.
The monument is a sleek, slanted, rectangular object, invoking an gravestone. The glass front displays social media data from an encoded vinyl record playing above. Literally, a physical record.
The object is deceptively simple, a lot of technology is stored inside. And was quite a challenging design/build.
I will be working at the Museum of Arts and Design from Jan 19th to Jan 22nd. Stop on by and say hello.
“Watch artist Ben Light as he creates table lamps combining the method of stack lamination with the latest digital fabrication techniques. Visitors will see Light transform the most basic of materials—wood, on a large lathe to produce lamps that are both functional and sculptural.”
Tuesday, Jan 19, 10am to 5pm
Wednesday, Jan 20, 10am to 5pm
Thursday, Jan 21, 1pm to 8pm
Friday, Jan 22, 1pm to 8pm
It’s all kind of a blur, but the DUMBO Arts Festival went great. Thanks to everybody who came out to see the Bots.
The ITP Residents put on a great show at the DUMBO Arts Festival, if I do say so myself. Really proud of and impressed by my friends/colleagues.
I had the pleasure to work on a great sound installation called Phloq with Paul Geluso and Suzanne Thorpe.
The installation is at St Cornelius Chapel on Governors Island (http://govisland.com/html/visit/directions.shtml). And will be viewable every Saturday & Sunday, Jun 15 through Jul 14 (noon to 6pm).
At St. Cornelius Chapel on Governors Island, Phloq is a multichannel work composed to evoke the sensorial experience of a flock of birds taking off. Via its physical diffusion, Phloq creates a provocative space that allows the listener to suspend their ties to previously known aural reference points, releasing them to a new sensorial interaction. Phloq’s content addresses issues of communication and interference, referencing the swirling mass of information we encounter on a daily basis. This event is part of 2013 New York Electronic Art Festival, in partnership with River To River Festival and Trinity Wall Street.