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A new performance piece that deals with the implications and assumptions of using QR codes to bridge the gap between the digital and the real.

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Today the New York Times released an infographic and video showing the ethnic and financial history of the  marathon route. While it is an interesting and informative video it doesn’t seem appropriate or necessary. Why visualize these two things? Something way more interesting could have been shown with the history of the route or it should have gone further showing more categories such as crime, levels of happiness, divorce rates, methods of commuting, political affiliations, and love of Bon Jovi to name a few. Show something that can create a NEW way of looking at the land not reinforce what is already known.


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This weekend is the Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science in Queens NYC. I’ll most likely be there at the Eyebeam booth. It will be a fun filled geektastic weekend and yes there will probably be things on fire.

The “speed show” conceived by Aram Bartholl gets featured on BBC with Evan Roth.

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Bus into the city, subway to Eyebeam in Chelsea, bike to Brooklyn, rail to and from Long Island.

Figment June 10-12 Governors Island NYC

I am showing Ice Cream Island this year at FIGMENT Festival. If you are in the city and want to create the world’s largest ice cream cone drawing come participate.  Figment should be a lot of fun this year so there is more than enough reasons to come! Note: Ice Cream Island will be operating 10a-4p on Saturday and Sunday. To participate in Ice Cream Island you need an iPhone or Android smartphone if you don’t have one still stop by and see what others have created!

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