Wednesday, July 25, 2012


Deanna and I went to Artscape last weekend. Baltimore's free annual art show has gotten a lot bigger than since the last time we attended in 2004. We enjoyed walking around to all of the little nooks and crannies it used. Here was my (not surprisingly) favorite piece:

The piece is called Face Forward and is designed by Christian Ristow from New Mexico. Here is a short YouTube video if you'd like to see it in action. The giant robot head was controlled by this row of remotes. Each remote independently controlled a part of the face: eyebrows, eyes, lips, jaw, so on.
We also very much enjoyed the insanity of the Baltimore Rock Opera. They were doing an ongoing performance/experience/lipsync on the street that was a highlight of the festival.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

yea yea yea yea yea yea ya ya ya yeah

Here's brief glimpse at the latest sculpture I've been working on for KSine aka Receptors aka 8bit Operators. I'm still a little fuzzy if all of those things are a single person, or if some of them are groups. I need to find out if I can post the entire sculpt yet, but here's a small segment at least.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Talking to yourself

Here is the conversation a lot of us (me included) wish we could have with our former selves. Brilliant video. This took a lot of foresight for a twelve year old.