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Fall shows in London and Orlando

If These Walls Could Speak A system for recording and playing audio memories
embedded in physical objects Audio, Mostly I am presenting a demo paper on If These Walls Could…

Gametrak video synthesizer

Over the summer I took the Kadenze Machine Learning for Artists and Musicians online course.  It was very informative and then often used these weird Gametrak golf game…

AUMF Security Blanket

New work, Security Blanket. In September 2001 the US congress passed public law 107-40, commonly know as the ‘Authorization for Use of Military Force’ or AUMF.  Designed to allow…

Resilience: Remembering Pulse

The UCF Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition curated by Keri Watson for the one year anniversary of the of Pulse massacre. My piece for the show, Sentinel: Watching…

Drumming

Last Friday night I went to Thad Anderson’s Collide performance of Steve Reich’s Drumming Music, and it was amazing!  So amazing that I wrote this patch to emulate…

YOU | I: Interfaces & Reader Experience

My piece If These Walls Could Speak will be in the YOU | I: Interfaces & Reader Experience exhibition at the Paul Watkins Gallery, Winona State University.  The show…

Two Recent Papers on What We Have Lost / What We Have Gained

I wrote two papers this year on What We Have Lost / What We Have Gained that were published in the proceedings of the ACM Tangible and Embedded Interfaces (TEI)…

The streets are paved with gold at Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar

Matthew Mosher is pleased to announce the completion of a new street mural at Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar titled Where All The Streets Are Paved With Gold. The…

Sentinel and Standpipe

Two new shows, one ending, one just beginning. My new work, Sentinel: A day I sat by the river, drawing leaves as they floated past. When I look…

The Best Art We Saw in Downtown Phoenix on First Friday, August 7

I made a large interactive installation with Tony Obr for the Rhetorical Galleries in Phoenix right before moving to Florida.  The New Times has a story on it….

A minor divide

Arizona is a land of borders.  Some clearly defined, like the 21 foot high fence along the border with Mexico, others less clear.  Looking at a map of…

The Flood

I had never experienced flood irrigation until I moved to Arizona.  It is still a marvelous phenomenon to me, and provides a new context for my tiny house….

When the Water Came

      I’m not entirely sure where I’m going with this yet, given that I don’t usually walk around calling myself a photographer.  But, I do really…

Collected Echos

This past third Friday I was particularly impressed with the show “Collected Echos” on view at the Halt gallery featuring artworks by Patricia Sannit and Rossitza Todorova. I…

5 Cool Things We Saw at ARTELPHX Fall 2014 at The Clarendon

Hey look, The New Times put a spotlight on ‘What We Have Lost / What We Have Gained” when it was at the Clarendon Hotel for ARTELPHX 2014!…