Category : 3D Images
This week, I’ve been exploring symmetries and folding. I’ve implemented a technique for folding images back on themselves in an organic way. I was going to create a quick abstract video which uses this technique, but this piece unfolded and evolved instead. I developed the graphics and music over the past few days, going back and forth with […]
Zerynthia is a world of wonder and mystery. Floating wavering creatures, mysterious monoliths, and shuddering trees exist under an iridescent sky. I started exploring this world in 2013, and I continue to discover the mysteries and meanings within.
“Zerynthia” is video installation for experiencing a 3D world. One looks into this world as though through a large picture window. The scenes are inviting and captivating. Visitors linger long and discover aspects of this world that often I had not noticed or planned.
Here’s are images from this work-in-progress, including 3D stereoscopic versions (for red-cyan glasses viewing!)
Zerynthia was first exhibited at the Young Projects Gallery. It was part of a show that that ran March 19 through May 3, 2013. Update: As of May 6, 2013, I’ve had three sales of this installation. Four more are available. Contact the Young Projects Gallery to purchase this installation.
I’ve exhibited the installation on three occasions in 2015: June, September, and December.
Images of Spinobifidae
Spinobifidae are a class of spindly, spiny, microscopic improvised semi-imaginary multi-celled creatures.
The images were created using my performance system. I draw and sculpt these in real-time using the gestures of both hands. Each gesture I draw is replicated with axial symmetry and fractal recursion.
Here are some color images, and following that are some […]
Here are some 3D images from a work-in-progress.
View them with red/blue 3D glasses for full effect!
The images were taken from improvised animated sequences in which I drew gestural lines and replicated them with radial rotations and cartesian offsets.
Gardens of Illucium.
A live audiovisual odyssey, a collaboration between Spontaneous Fantasia and the Hutchins Consort.
We performed this ambitious, futuristic work on March 17, 2011.
Neurosciences Institute in La Jolla, CA. (site)
Thursday, March 17, 2011, 7:30pm
Students and seniors: $25
Gardens of Illucium: A live visual and musical performance collaboration between the Hutchins Consort and J-Walt’s Spontaneous Fantasia. The […]