For the launch of the Nike Free Run+ 2 City Pack series, YesYesNo was invited to develop software that would allow runners to create dynamic paintings with their feet using their Nike+ GPS run data. During the two day workshop at Nike headquarters, we invited the participants to record their runs and then using our custom software we imported the metrics from their run, to create visuals based on the speed, consistency and unique style of each person’s run. Using the software the participants were able to play with the … Read more →
Monthly Archives: May 2011
Audio Visual Systems is a class taught by myself and Zach Gage at Parsons MFADT program. The purpose of this class is to learn and explore the relationships between audio and visual forms using programming as medium of interpreting, generating, and controlling the relationships between the two. At the end of the semester we organized a show at Amit Pitaru’s studio, where friends, and family, and guests came together to see what the students produced throughout the semester.
DROW = drawing + throwing. It’s vj software and an iphone application. You can download it for free from the App Store, draw any image, and throw it from anywhere in the world, and it will appear live in concert. It’s a collaboration between myself, Masa Kawamura and IMG SRC. Our first use of DROW took place with Republic and KuchiRoRo. Masa and I watched the performance live on ustream from new york.
On May 14th, i collaborated with a group of designers and architects towards an urban intervention in Noho. The project consisted in projecting messages about peace onto a 60 foot wall using people’s bodies as the main source of imagery. The main site of the intervention was a clothing store and an independent communications network – Paper Tiger Television – on the corner of Bleecker and Lafayette. As people went by, they were invited to come in and tell us where they would find peace of mind. They would sit … Read more →