I’m back at the Adventure Science Center this Thursday with a Creative Code demo and Interactive/Participatory Art and Music experiences as part of the Make Music Nashville Festival!
Come out and play! (I may even be able to let you bring instruments…..working on that)
I will be set up in the big hall just left of the entrance.
FREE! Thursday June 21 3pm
There will be fun music events all day and night all over the city. Here is a link to the other projects at the Science Center
A newly expanded version of my Wii remote drawing composition is at Nashville’s Adventure Science Center through May 13.
I developed the code to include 4 remotes instead of the usual 2 and there is now an option to fill in the circles and square animations. I am liking the improvements!
If you post any pix please tag with #concentrics so that I can see your lovely artwork!
I am finishing up work for a solo show at #UTMartin to open January 31st , 2017. It will feature three large interactive artworks including ConCentrix with Wii Remotes, a new version of FireMic, and an iteration of my #roboticdrum series featuring a floor tom and sound responsive colored light.
University of Tennessee at Martin Fine Art Gallery
Opening Tuesday January 31st – February 11, 2017
Come find me at Abrasive Media after the performances
on Saturday March 5.
I should be set up by 8pm.
Here is a detail shot-
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!
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.