I get a lot of press for my artwork. These articles often gloss over the nuances, distilling the essence of a story. Well-written academic articles about my artwork is what thrills me the most. Such is the case, with Owen Mundy’s article, Display at Your Own Risk, which looks at 3D printing, copyright and photogrammetry in art. The work, he is referring …
“What’s beneath those brick circles in San Francisco intersections?” is a story that Audrey Dilling, editor and reporter for KALW’s Crosscurrents, recently released for broadcast on the radio. She joined us as a journalist-on-a-bike for the Cistern Mapping Project, shadowing a pair of volunteers. The bike-mapping project is just one part of her larger story about the San Francisco …
Press coverage is like an improv performance. It’s unpredictable, erratic and sometimes works or falls on its face, usually by the lack of press. I’ve seen my work get butchered, my name get dragged in the mud. I’ve been called a “would-be performance artist”, an “amateur cartographer” and even Cory Doctorow recently called me a …
My Water Works project recently got coverage in BOOM: A Journal of California and I couldn’t be more pleased. A few months ago, I was contacted by the editorial staff to write about the 3D printed maps and data-visualization for Water Works. What most impressed me is the context for this publication, which is a conversation about California, in their …
I recently achieved one of my life goals. I was on NPR! The article, “Artists In Residence Give High-Tech Projects A Human Touch” discusses my Water Works* project as well as artwork by Laura Devendorf, and more generally, the artist-in-residence program at Autodesk. “Water Works” 3D-printed Sewer Map in 3D printer at Autodesk The production quality and caliber of the …
“a massive orgy of sugar cubes”…When my artwork gets denigrated like this, I almost always laugh. My skin isn’t extra-thick, but after the Wikipedia Art project, where I got called a “troll” by Jimmy Wales (in the days before ‘trolling’ was common parlance), I always find humor in the insult. In this case it, is …
Selected Press List
Mundy, Owen, “Stereophotogrammetry and 3D printing: Critical Practices and Intellectual Property”, Display at Your Own Risk, May 2016, Web.
Drilling, Audrey, “What’s beneath those brick circles in San Francisco intersections?”, KALW Radio, Crosscurrents, January 13th, 2016. Radio + Web.
Doctorow, Cory, “Marcel Duchamp’s heirs nuke hobbyists’ hand-modelled 3D chess-set files”, Boing Boing, September 9 2015. Web
Norton, Quinn, “The International Fight Over Marcel Duchamp’s Chess Set”, The Atlantic, September 8, 2015. Web.
Millsaps, Bridget Butler, “Ordered to Cease & Desist, Designers Return with 2nd Set of Duchamp-Inspired 3D Printed Chess Pieces”, 3DPrint.com, September 2015. Web.
Valentine, Ben, “A Chess Set in Homage to Marcel Duchamp, with Mustaches”, Hyperallergic, September 2, 2015. Web.
Zanardi, Bonny “New technology meets fine arts at Peninsula Museum of Art show”, San Jose Mercury News, April 24, 2015. Web.
Sydell, Laura, “Artists In Residence Give High-Tech Projects A Human Touch”, NPR, All Tech Considered, April 6, 2015. Radio + Web.
MetaTrend Journal, “Big Datification”, Volume 63, March 2015. Print + Web.
Ang, Michael, “Translating Between the Virtual and the Real: Interview with Artist Scott Kildall”,Packt Publishing, February 13, 2015. Web.
Noe, Rain, Combining Detective Work, CAD, and 3D Printing to Recreate Duchamp’s Lost Chess Set from 1918, Core77, July 9, 2014. Web.
Cascone, Sarah , 3D-Print Your Own Readymade Copy of Marcel Duchamp’s Chess Set, Artnet, June 13, 2014. Web.
Quick, Genevieve, Augmented Reality: The Political Potential of Hybridized Space,Art Practical, May 14, 2014. Web
Eler, Alicia, “Flying High with Selfies”, Hyperallergic, 12 May 2014. Web.
Moore, Alida, Data Crystals, Socrata, Open Innovation Issue, Spring 2014
Wunderman, Ali, SF Facts Visualized as Crystals, The Bold Italic, March 24, 2014
The Art of 3D Printing (Video), Science in the City, The Exploratorium, February 12, 2014
Regev, Hanna, “Making Duchamp Relevant in the Digital Age“, Switch New Media Journal, Issue 28, November 28, 2013
Kehe, Jason, Romantic or Restless, Wired.com, September 21st, 2012
Katz, Leslie, Finally, a chance to tweet to aliens, CNET, May 15th, 2012
Chakelian, Anoosh, Tweets in Space: Contacting E.T., 140 Characters at a Time. Time.com. May 10, 2012
Browdie, Brian. ‘Tweets in Space’ plans to send Twitter messages to a planet that may support life, New York Daily News, May 6, 2012
May, Meredith, S.F. dump’s Scott Kildall creates vision of 2049, San Francisco Chronicle. June 4, 2011
Squires, Paul, In conversation with…Scott Kildall and Nathaniel Stern, Imperica, London. May 31, 2011
CNET News, Ideas and innovation at Silicon Valley art and tech fest, California: CNET. September 18, 2010
Foremski, Tom. Silicon Valley’s techno-arts festival “The future is about what matters…not what’s next.” California: ZDNet. September 15, 2010
Ewart, Nancy, A Trojan Horse in San Jose?, California: SF Examiner. September 12, 2010
Stark, Clinton, How to build a Trojan Gift Horse @ 01SJ, California: Stark Silver Creek. September 3, 2010
Zimmerman, Heather, Past Present, California: Mercury News. August 23, 2010
Hamilton, Marianne, LG artists’ works deconstruct Duchamp, California: Los Gatos Weekly Times. August 23, 2010
Robinson, W. High, Tech Biennial for San Jose, New York: Artnet. June 17, 2010
SSC News Desk. San Jose Museum of Art explores craft of technology with ‘Retro-Tech’, California: Stark Silver Creek. June 9, 2010
Simon, Stephanie, Artists Draw Inspiration from Science in New Exhibit, New York: NY1. June 11, 2010
Goldberg, RoseLee, ed., Catherine Wood, and Jay Sanders. Everywhere and All at Once: An Anthology of Writings on Performa 07. JRP Ringier, 2010
Drucker, Johanna, “Temporary Photography,” Philosophy of Photography, Intellect Books, Volume 1 Issue 1, April 10, 2010