For three years Jon Ronson was the keyboard player with the Frank Sidebottom Band. Frank wore a big fake head. Nobody outside his inner circle knew his true identity. They toured the United Kingdom, playing to sell-out crowds in small venues. They rode high. And then it all went wrong... Now Jon presents a one-man show ''Frank Story'' telling the true story behind the new acclaimed fictionalized movie co written by him and starring Michael Fassbender and Maggie Gyllenhaal. This is a tribute to outsider artists too wonderfully strange to ever make it in the mainstream.
American Bones is a multi media art investigation of American cultural identity. The 7'long laser cut roller coaster is the icon and souvenir for the project. Translated through multiple digital fabrication methods.
A scroll using images to tell a story about participatory environmentalism, fractivism, and bio-remediation. Participants collage a new image to a segment that relates to the art before. Based on The Exquisite Corpse.
Pittsburgh Art Car is a ''most wanted'' themed demolition derby car that evolves in each city. Participants have mugshot taken & used to decorate the car while experiencing derby via a video. Artists live battle paint the car.
The A2DAMC ArtMachineContraption is a homemade 2D CNC type arduino based painting/drawing machine. It draws paint lines using a pinstriping paint wheel and sprays paint with an airbrush and control drops paint using a pump.
All of my art has centered around the theme of nature's interaction with mankind, bringing awareness to not only our relationship to ourselves and each other but also to our natural surrounding and our responsibility of making peace with the environment.
Fine artist Alexander Leonhart talks about his exploration and first creations as he delved into interactive media in graduate school. In search of the strange and wonderful, he transitioned from whimsical constructed photography works to bringing tangible experiences with uncanny electrical operations to his pieces. Meandering the new media world, and after many failed attempts, he created unique levitating wirelessly powered circuits and paper synthesizers sculptures.n
How would people react if they could see your dream? Write down a sleeping dream you had and I'll paint your face with images from the dream and photograph you. People will then be able to see your dream on your face.
Made by modifying molecular modeling software and hand-hobbling together RepRap 3D-printers from scratch. Each 3D-print depicts a sheet of graphene; largely considered to be the next computing substrate after silicon.