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Visual Data

For anyone that may be getting a little tired of the recent surge of data visualization that has spilled into the contemporary art world, I present the following for your consideration: It is not the visual beauty of this work … Continue reading

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RGR, Beakerhead And The Canadian Rockies

I just returned from Calgary, where 5 Ton Crane installed the Ray Gun Gothic Rocket at the 1st annual Beakerhead festival of art, science and engineering. The RGR was well received by the event organizers and seemed to be enjoyed by most. More than … Continue reading

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5 Ton Crane At Beakerhead 2013

The nice folks at Beakerhead, an annual celebration of the intersection of science, engineering and art, have invited my collaborative group, 5 Ton Crane, to install the Ray Gun Gothic Rocket at this year’s event in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. This will be the first … Continue reading

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DIY Wood Stove – Part 2

This past week I spent a considerable amount of time forging the legs for my wood stove. The roundness of the sphere is very beetle-like to me and I wanted to embrace the visual connections to insects. I had a few … Continue reading

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Jack Li and the Amazing Raindrop Eco-Spider

My recent work for the Green Machine project at Chabot Space & Science Center came to an exciting end last weekend with the opening of their expanded climate lab exhibit. Chabot had asked children visiting the exhibit to design machines that … Continue reading

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Art & Science Discussion At The POP Tech Conference

Here is an interesting article about the technology industry’s slow realization of the value of Art. Some organizations like Xerox and M.I.T. have known this for some time and have made moves to actively include art practices in their business. They … Continue reading

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Now Featured on Synapse – A Database For Collaborations Between Art & Science

I found this site on the tubes a while back and noticed that they were accepting submissions – so I submitted. Now I have my very own page among many very talented artists and scientists all doing really creative and interesting … Continue reading

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The Eximopod – Green Machines for Chabot’s Climate Lab Exhibit

My friend and classmate from my undergrad years, Rusty Lamer, now works as an artist in residence / program manager at Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland, Ca. He asked me recently to participate in the expansion of their current climate exhibit. Chabot … Continue reading

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Curiosity

That’s right kids, tonight NASA is attempting a technological and engineering feat of epic proportions. After eight months of traveling through space the latest Mars rover Curiosity will land, one way or another, on the surface of mars.  With luck everything … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Ralph McQuarrie

Science Fiction has had an immeasurable influence on the work that I do and the person I am. Having been born in the 1970’s automatically makes me a member of a special group of people who got to experience Star … Continue reading

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