Considering Helen Hayes is less than 10 day away, this is quite late. But better now than never to record and archive one's work. :)
It's been another view weeks of silence, partially due to the them flu virus. Next project will be helping a stage design based on contemporary museum space look, contemporary with projection art (ish).
Moving on to the next project - a dance series at Howard Community College. I am designing some digital scenography for few pieces in the series. I just started to design some textures that will be used as is and animated for one of the pieces. Urban jungle.. between two extremes is the theme.
Helen Hayes Awards nominations has been announced and I'm honored to be nominated along side my talented colleague in one of the category. Thank you D.C.
Last few week has been a blur. Time never seems to be of abundance even when you plan for it. Clients projects, non-profit projects, horses, horse needing surgery, tutoring, and trying fitting in life sustaining activities. My exciting projector "totem" idea is starting to become a real thing for Dr.Moreau. Trying to make it happen for few hundred dollars is not easy, but it will happen. Stay tuned.
"Unofficial Photos" taken by gallery goers.
The past weekend was Koki and my Seoul debut as artists. A re-imagined versions of our work produced for Synetic's production of "Picture of Dorian Gray" was used as part of performance installation in a unique gallery space, Foam located in the capital of South Korea. Directed and curated by a long time friend InYoung Yeo, our work got an amazing reception from the viewers.
A video archive was done and will be done by tomorrow. I'm looking forward to how it all came together!