Into The Wild

August 20, 2012
At this year's Toronto Nuit Blanche, I will be exhibiting a WIRED vision at the Gladstone Hotel's Fly By Night: Into The Wild celebration. Full information on the venue and all the exhibiting artists is up at ScotiaBank's Nuit Blanche site.

For some background and an artist's statement, take a look at my initial exhibition which was part of the One Dozen Artists show at Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts.

I am posting content from a WIRED vision each day leading up to the big night. Each issue's cover will be featured along side the visionary quote of the introduction pages. Here's the Facebook event as well.
And here's a mock-up of the exhibit as it will look in Room 205 at The Gladstone Hotel, including the LCD monitors and speakers.

Sincerely Yours

July 8, 2012
5 one 5

Collaboration with Anthony F. Saad. Selected for Sincerely Yours, 15th Annual Curated Exhibition at Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts.

Video installation - a derivative of H2Geneous.

LCD monitor, computer, push button controller, custom software.

Photo by Anthony F. Saad

One Dozen Artists

May 20, 2012
a WIRED vision | 1993 - 1996

Part of the One Dozen Artists member's group show of photo works at Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts.

This was the initial exhibition of a piece I am working on for this year's Nuit Blanche. The full piece at the Gladstone Hotel's Fly By Night, Into the Wild evening will encompass the first 10 years of Wired magazine.

Photo by Anthony F. Saad

Black & White Ball

March 9, 2012
Virtual Emotions 12.1

Part of the 2nd annual Black & White Ball exhibition at Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts.

This piece is the first in a series where I am exploring new ways of using my Roland DXY-980 plotter (see The Kinetic Approach) in the media arts.

The Kinetic Approach

October 10, 2011
The Kinetic Approach

Selected as a finalist for the Live Media / Performance category of the Celeste Prize 2011 - New York. The Kinetic Approach will be included in the 2011 celeste.prize catalogue and will be exhibited at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn, New York, November 11-13.

I am working out the logistical aspects of travelling to New York with all the supplies and equipment required for the installation. Hopefully I will be in Brooklyn the week of November 7th.

Update December 20, 2011:

The trip to New York and the Celeste Prize 2011 show went very well. I met some great people, saw some incredible art and performances in the show, and reacquainted myself with NYC after not visiting for a very long time.

Here are some photos that the Celeste Prize organizers took of me and my installation.