Tag : illustration
[ July 8, 2016; 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm. ] I’m taking my show to Colorado at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, on July 8. I plan to surround us all with improvised creations that linger, hover, waver, dance, and vanish. Join me in this beautiful theater!
Two shows, at 7pm and 9pm.
(Update: Information about the event was here, but the the info is obsolete.)
[ June 18, 2016; 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] I’ll be performing at the amazing Fiske Planetarium on the University of Colorado, Boulder campus! In 2015, I performed some shows there that went amazingly well! This will be first appearance in Colorado for 2016. I’m looking forward to creating my gestural virtual worlds in this state-of-the-art 8k theater.
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[ August 21, 2014 to August 31, 2014. ] Live immersive 3D performances in Groningen, Netherlands!
I’m revving up for a multi-day event in 3D at the futuristic new planetarium in Groningen, Netherlands! I’ll be giving a series of performances between August 21 and 31. This is a brand new 3D theater that just opened in June.
I plan to make my shows morph from one day to […]
Another nights exploration produced these images (August 26, 2013). The objects are each members of a class of branching fractals generated from a single stroke of my pen and recursively drawn. The exploration takes place in my real-time system where I draw the initial stroke, tweak the parameters, and take a snapshot of the result.
My night’s exploration of fractal patterns revealed a similarity between 2D Julia-style fractals and carved lapidary stones. A cut stone reveals a 3D volume in much the same way that a Julia set rendering reveals a 2D slice of a 4D configuration.
I created these images on September 2, 2013 with my animation performance system, navigating […]
I made these one evening in my studio in 2007. They are studies on the expressiveness of branching fractals. Each “twig” is a duplicate of the larger branch that it spouts from. I created each image by drawing a freehand shape, then selecting a branching pattern and adjusting parameters, the number of nodes, and the […]
November 21, 2010
Showtime is 6pm.
An evening of live performance organized by the Iota Center. Michael Scroggins and J-Walt will perform their respective live visuals in the beautiful intimate immersive Glendale planetarium.
More info is on the Iota Center website here.
(The event has passed, and the info is gone.)