The Futurespective Exhibition is “a series of installations that rethink the past in the present to point to the future.” The exhibition shows current work of those that have participated in Design Inquiry gatherings and have made work in responses to those experiences. I had two projects featured in the show: The Experimentations of a Drawing…… Continue reading Design Inquiry’s Futurespective Exhibition Opens October 4 at MECA Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, Maine
Traveling to West Bamfield on Vancouver Island is no easy feat. The trip took two days, but well worth the journey. After flying into Vancouver on Friday evening, I met up with my robot-making design collaborator, Rebecca Tegtmeyer, and we took the Skytrain downtown to our hotel. Nick Liadis, a fellow Design Inquiry (DI)-er,…… Continue reading Exploring the Wild and Weird on Vancouver Island with Design Inquiry
Stations that are augmented with technological elements that enhance experiences for its agents in continuity with the physical elements of a station can be successful.
About the Show Maps are representations of a place in time. They are often subjective of the cartographer. In many ways, mapping is a format for discovery and documentation. My work attempts to explore the relationships between the map, the process of mapping, and the cartographer. This show maps points of intersections of the small…… Continue reading Mapping Moments with Design Inquiry: An exhibition of experimental mapping opens January 10