This will be on display at @OzNashville in late June for Tony Youngblood’s Art Pods event.
I’m excited to be part of the first Public Art Learning Lab presented by Metro Nashville Arts Commission! I have been interested in creating interactive public art and sound installations for some time.
I just got this uploaded. The second piece edited down from the TTU concert in March.
White sound waves are drawn in real-time across the screen while a pulsing ellipse changes color and shape depending on our performance.
Video is controlled by the musical performance. Roger Wiesmeyer and I play oboe and Missy Raines aka the Cat plays upright bass.
The Nashville Scene did a nice write up on my talk! Much appreciated!
Drinks and food at 6, show and tell starts at 6:30 and after that I do my presentation. I plan to have audience participation!
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
11 Lea Ave, Nashville, TN (map)
More details at this link!
March 11 as part of Free Form Friday at the Centennial Black Box Theatre!
click here for more details
The venue is in the Performing Arts building at 211 27th St. This is the south entrance into Centennial Park and just past the illustrious Springwater (where I incidentally played my first Nashville show with a Chicago country band years ago.)
Friday March 11 at 8pm, Centennial Black Box Theater, Nashville, TN
The March 23 recital is on the Centerstage Series at Tennessee Tech in Cookeville, TN! Show starts at 730 and it is on the same time zone as Nashville.
March 23, 730, Wattenbarger Auditorium in the Bryan Fine Arts Building, Tennessee Tech, Cookeville, TN
I am very excited to be playing with Missy Raines and Roger Wiesmeyer for both of these shows. Both events are free and will include live visuals, robotics and audience participation.
Honestly this computer is not very user friendly IMHO. Nevertheless, I have gotten my Raspberry Pi 1B to run the Jessie operating system with Wifi and Bluetooth now working. This now will talk to my Wii Remotes and I ran a Python script which typed out text versions of the buttons I pushed. Yay! I’m looking forward to seeing what I can do with Python scripting, the Wii’s and some outboard electronics.