I recently spoke with Leah Walsh, the host of the The Compass podcast, a series devoted to the everyday life of working artists. We discussed the aims of various forms of “output” from academic articles to art installations. Listen here.
Speaking with Melinda Sacks at Stanford Magazine gave me a chance to reflect on all the craziness of the last couple years, and how incredibly lucky I am to work with the people I do, and have a family that supports me through every high and low.
Find the article here.
I will be demonstrating the software CONCAT from the OUTPUT project at Pioneer Works’ Second Sundays. OUTPUT was created during my “Mechanical and Movement” residency in the ThoughtWorks Arts Residency program and CONCAT was recently featured on the PBS NewsHour. CONCAT can be found on Github here.
Second Sundays is a free event, open to the public, where visitors can experience interactive art, open studios, and music at PW.
I will be part of the Science Studios special program on Artificial Mechanisms and Robotics in the April Second Sundays on 4/14, from 4-7pm.
Pioneer Works address:
159 Pioneer St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Pioneer Works in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
What a week! I was honored to be included in a recent PBS NewsHour feature on the Future of Work. Click to watch the full segment below!
I spoke with Chris Ip and Brian Oh from Engadget about choreographing with robots, robots in narratives, and robots in human-facing contexts. We took a close look at my new piece, OUTPUT, a collaboration with ThoughtWorks Arts and the Consortium for Research and Robotics. The piece was generated during my ThoughtWorks residency.
The Dance Enthusiast ran a preview of the 10th Annual Collaborations in Dance Festival at Triskelion Arts, where I was a featured artist. Read more about the other artists and my work, “OUTPUT”, here.
This summer I will be an arts resident at ThoughtWorks! ThoughWorks is a global software consultancy with offices all over the world. I will be working on a project in conjunction with the Consortium on Research and Robotics at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
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I'm thrilled to share that I will be joining the Spring 2018 class of TED Residents! The TED Residency is a 14 week incubator at the TED NYC Headquarters. Throughout the residency we will be writing (and then giving!) TED talks about our work.
I will be working on my Time to Compile project throughout the residency.
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