Adventure Playground: A Mesh

Adventure Playground · 2017.07.01

Anna Vellanoweth: “Love love love this!!!! Too bad tommy couldn’t tear himself away from the sand box”.



And there he is. ⛹️💨

Optipus “The Owl Flies at Twilight”

Dreamlands: Expanded – Optipus “The Owl Flies at Twilight” · 2017.01.15

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSq_DwzY8mI

This was a brilliant show put together by Elle Burchill and Andrea Monti of Microscope Gallery, which took place last January 2017.

Super impressive performance, and damn, what a great group of people to connect with. Slept on getting these pieces to Andrew, who’s work is in this video. Piecing it together and looking to share and hopefully, if at all possible, to collaborate with them in the near future.

For the 10th and final event of “Dreamlands: Expanded“, a series of expanded cinema events organized by Microscope in collaboration with the Whitney Museum of American Art as part of the exhibition “Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016“, the gallery is thrilled to present a new multi-projection and sound performance The Owl Flies at Twilight composed by the Optipus collective & orchestra in its largest configuration to date featuring 28 artists.
https://knockdown.center/event/optipus/
http://www.microscopegallery.com/

Jennifer West “Flashlight Filmstrip Projections”

I had the good fortune of catching Jennifer West perform “Flashlight Filmstrip Projections” at Microscope Gallery on Saturday, December 10, 2016.

Many thanks to Jennifer West for the opportunity. Additional thanks to Elle Burchill at Microscope Gallery for the connect and for giving this piece this home.

This is a 360° video, so click and drag to change your field of view as the action plays out within the room.

If you want to view it on Cardboard, use your YouTube app and this link.

http://www.microscopegallery.com/?page_id=18483

The Rover at Ft. Greene Park


This is Andrey and I experimenting with our unmanned ground vehicle.

It’s 360° video, so you can pan around as it’s roving about.

Unfortunately the embed does not work on mobile. To see it in all its glory, view it in your YouTube app: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uWFv5dD_LY

And it’s definitely not VR friendly, unless you’re ready for a proper sickening.