"Augmented reality (AR) is a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data." ~ Wikipedia
Commissioned by the New Works Festival.
In Other Words is inspired by the many ways we communicate affairs of the heart.
Eclipsed No More
Eclipsed No More celebrates under recognized women of science.
The scientists recognized in the augment are:
Your photo with Elvis, Marilyn, Cher and Barack!
Commissioned by the Palo Alto Arts Commission, ZERO1 and the San Jose Public Art Program, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
A splattering of doves, in a rainbow array of color, fly about the viewer in a 360 degree circle.
The birds are hand drawn, as opposed to photographic, and thus are imbued with a fine art aesthetic,
even as they animate the space.
The exhibition site is marked by the shapes of birds in flight.
These signs, located on the open lawn (Embarcadero Road side) of the Palo Alto Art Center,
indicate to passersby that there is something else to interact with in this space.
Curated by Koichi Watanabe.
Japanese red crowned cranes fly and dance in this animated augment created for the Fukushima Biennale.
The Biennale theme is Sora or Sky.
The animated cranes act as a gift of lightness after so much sorrow.
Placed at significant art locations throughout the Bay Area.
Somebody is watching. . .
R. Blitzer Gallery, Santa Cruz, California; and USGS Headquaters, Reston, Virginia.
Curated by Lisa Hochstein.
I was matched with USGS scientist Ann Gibbs.