DXARTS (and my work and teaching) were featured in a long article by Seattle Times arts critic Michael Upchurch which appeared on the Sunday, March 23 issue of the Pacific Northwest Magazine.
As part of Storefronts Seattle, I will install my Convex Mirror piece in downtown Seattle on the Amazon campus.
Location: Amazon C23 Harrison, in the central display window between Boren and the alley.
Installation: Nov 15, 2013 – Nov 13, 2013.
Exhibition: Nov 17, 2013 – February 14, 2014
Talking To Machines
A short workshop introducing speech recognition and speech synthesis techniques for the creation of interactive artwork. We use pre-compiled open-source tools (CMU Sphinx ASR, Festival TTS, Processing, Python) and focus on the demonstrable strengths and unexpected limitations of speech technologies as vehicles for creating meaning.
Saturday Sept 21, 2-6pm Centro Cultural de Borges, UNTREF.
Masters Student Workshop, “Speech Technologies,” Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Buenos Aires, C.A., Argentina
Artist talk for Masters Students in Aesthetics and Technology of New Media, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Buenos Aires, C.A., Argentina. As part of my exchange/residency.
Anaheim, California. July 2013.
More details on the project page
The only news, really, is that Ihave finally made it up to UW and have started the DXARTS program. It’s great so far!
University of Washington Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media.
I’m not yet up on the website: dxarts.washington.edu
My piece Seven Segment Display was featured as part of the show
Here Not There: San Diego Art Now
Saturday, Jun 05, 2010 through Saturday, Sep 18, 2010 at MCASD La Jolla