Sunday, December 7, 2008
Olivier's Fingertip, 2008, has been entered for "Sculpture Now 2009," February 2 - May 1, 2009, Washington Square, Washington, DC. Aluminum flashing and inkjet-printed paper, 14" x 13" x 11". This is an accurate representation of the tip of a particular man's left index finger woven from specially-shaped weavers. The templates for the weavers were created in a computer program in the Processing language. The 3D data is courtesy of IMATI, INRIA, and TECHNION by the AIM@SHAPE Shape Repository. More details at Weave Anything.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Visitors to the FLIK Film Festival in National Harbor, Maryland had the chance to interact with "Today Now," a MacBook set up to reorganize their appearance as a p6 symmetry pattern. Moving and gesturing changed the pattern. If they saw anything they liked, they could donate it to the public domain. The short documentary "The Creativity of Crowds" exhibits a few of their original contributions to the public domain. Click on the video while it is playing to have the option to view it at higher resolution. All of the designs can be seen at www.flickr.com/photos/james_mallos.
Friday, May 16, 2008
Vinyl flashing, inkjet-printed card stock. On exhibit Artomatic 2008. Also exhibited at Bay Area Maker Faire 2008.