Multimedia Performance • Installation Art • Animation • Interaction Design • New Interfaces for Musical Expression
This section includes a variety of projects that sit at the intersection of art and technology. Some projects focus more on interaction design, while others are primarily intended as aesthetic experiences.
Animation for Heavy Color’s Hidden Kingdom.
Silhouettes I-IV is an interactive installation that allows viewers to directly engage with four visual simulations through their movement and presence in the space.
The Stuff Revolution is a meditation on materialism and consumerism. Official selection at the 56th Ann Arbor Film Festival.
Efflux is a live audio-visual project concerning itself with the flow of creative energy within a structure for cross-discipline improvisation
REM ROM is an interactive dream state machine
Interactive multimedia installation, premiered at the 55th Ann Arbor Film Festival.
Collaborated on the design of a New Instrument for Musical Expression.
Live visuals for Julian Bridges' "time"
New interface for musical expression exploring the concept of tangible graphic notation
Multimedia performance incorporating live acoustic/electronic music, dance, interactive visuals and projection mapping
A gestural music controller, utilizing the built in inertial sensing in smartphones, and gesture recognition techniques.
Collaborative installation between Performing Arts Technology and Architecture graduate students at the University of Michigan
New interface for musical expression utilizing elastic as its method of user interaction
Interactive art installation - a sonic circuit embedded into the surface of a painting
Experimental music video exploring glitch aesthetics and audiovisual relationships
Visuals and dance choreographed to Polytope track Origami // Flux
Interactive sound installation using keys and doorknobs.
Mashing up archival footage and video feedback to a sample based electronic music composition.
A video installation about the reach for meaningful connection through online media.