Data Crystals are a series of 3D-printed sculptures, which I generate algorithmically from open data sources. These manifest a vision of what data physically looks like — one possibility for 3D data visualization.
I shot this video at the San Francisco dump, where seagulls continually fly overhead, searching for scraps of food in the waste stream.
In “Babula Rasa”, the performers in Second Front use a Google Docs spreadsheet as a digital arena for a live networked performance
Tweets in Space
Tweets in Space beams Twitter discussions from participants worldwide towards GJ667Cc – an exoplanet 22 light years away that might support extraterrestrial life.
Moon v Earth
Moon v Earth is an augmented reality artwork, which depicts a future narrative where a moon colony declares its independence from Earth
The Universal Mailbox lets you send a note to any person at any time at any place.
This “interactive” sculpture lets you play the role of different characters such as Yoda, Princess Mononoke and Queen Elizabeth by tapping into the brain’s neocortex and altering your perceptions.
This phone booth communicates with emissaries from the future, who describe what life is like in the year 2049.