a mobile pirate broadcast television station on an epic investigative journey across the US focused on land use and sense of place
2018 - in process
an audience expression platform for visualizing and sharing public opinion.
2018 – in process - San Francisco Art Institute – San Francisco Exploratorium.
Computer cradles for Whirly Balls.
2019 – Chemical Systems Biology Department Stanford University School of Medicine
anti-archival curatorial project for site-specific disposal of original artworks.
2018 – in process at site-specific locations.
Representation of immigration, displacement, and potential physical modifications of displaced and replaced species.
street-smart venture capital initiative supporting good ideas by average people.
weapons stash as a survival schema in response to contemporary world of fake news and Hollywood derived solutions.
8 day road trip across the United States via Google Earth
2008 - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
expedition initiative to climb and map 10 high altitude volcanoes around the Pacific Rim.
2008 - San Jose Museum of Art – CA,
2006 SF Camerwork – CA,
2003 - Museo de Belle Artes, II International Bienale - Buenos-Aires
audio hallucination training seminar based on the work of neuroscientist John Lilly.
2007 – Cunningham Communications Palo Alto
submission produced by C5 for participation in 200-mile multi modal endurance race produced by Mark Burnett.
2006 - DVD release
algorithmic predication of presidential facial characteristics based on analysis of portraits from the National Gallery.
2005 - Auckland University - NZ
par 1 golf tournament distributed across Silicon Valley corporate campuses during economic recession.
2003 - Motorola, Google, Adobe, Facebok, Agilent, Hewlett Packard, Applied Maerials, Cisco, Brocade, Oracle, Nvidia, IBM Research, Intel...
conference/performance exploring the role of fear in technology research and development.
2001 - Fort Ord Military Base – Monterey CA
automated conversational and learning system based on theoretical work by Paul Pangaro and Gordon Pask.
2001 - Transmediale – Berlin
collection and mapping of data derived from audience interaction with a surveilled, yet invisible object
2000 - Whitney Museum/San Jose Museum of Art
screen saver data mining and visualization application for analysis of the organizational identity of individual client computers.
2002 - Cantor Center for Visual Arts Stanford University
experimental art rocket launch into military base.
1999 - Naval Weapons Research Center - Death Valley
algorithmic strategies for exploring unknown architectural environments utilizing radio controlled data collection probes.
1999 - Siggraph – Orlando FL
autonomous emergent behavior based surveillance robots remotely viewable via the Web.
1998 - School of the Art Institute of Chicago ISEA exhibition,
1998 - Krannert Museum of Art - IL
Site-specific s media performance and demonstration of fast response disaster preparedness.
1994 - Commission Palo Alto Centennial – XEROX Parc PAIR
Site-specific media performance based on conversational and learning systems theory developed by Paul Pangaro and Gordon Pask.
1992 - City of San Jose Downtown – San Jose ICA - NEA
Frist generation articulated virtual hand for virtual reality interaction.
1991 NASA Ames