Exhibition and Events:

Inflorescence and the Theory of Metamorphoses, solo exhibition

September 27 – October 29

Reception: Saturday, October 1st, 4-7pm 

 

Michael Warren Contemporary

760 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204



Crystal Realities to Artificial Intelligence: Multidisciplinary Explorations in Photography

September 23 – November 12

Opening Reception: Friday, September 30, 2022 | 6:30 – 8:30 P.M.

Artist Panel Discussion: Friday, September 30, 2022 | 5:30 – 6:30 P.M.
Dishman Auditorium

 

Dishman Art Museum

1030 East Lavaca Street, Beaumont, TX 77705

The Great Wave

September 19, 2022 - Jan 13, 2023

Reception and Artist Talk Oct 7, 2022 | 5 – 7PM Dowd Lobby

 

Santa Clara University
Edward M. Dowd Art and Art History Building

775 Franklin St, Santa Clara, CA 95050

Inflorescence, an interactive, collaborative public art installation for Arts Los Altos

250 Third Street, Downtown Los Altos

An interactive augmented reality public art installation project with Phil Spitler for Arts Los Altos, in the Paseo next to the Yoshi Sushi restaurant at 250 Third Street in Downtown Los Altos.

This project, titled Inflorescence, continues the Regeneration series I began at the beginning of Covid, with murals on Market Street in SF and in Palo Alto. This expanded project has pushed me outside of my normal practice and has been a great opportunity for growth and change. You can check out the progress on my Instagram page where you can also go to keep up to date with the project.

Cycles of Regeneration, an interactive, augmented reality public art mural 

422 California Ave, Palo Alto, CA

 

Inspired by the resilience of the iconic California poppies, which can survive in the harshest conditions and are some of the first flowers to return after wildfires, "Cycles of Regeneration" is an interactive, augmented reality mural installed for Palo Alto Public Art. It is a continuation of my Regeneration series where I transformed my photographs using code that my wife, Kerry Rodden (a programmer and data scientist) created.

 

An augmented reality app, with the same name, developed by technologist and artist Phil Spitler, invites viewers to experience the mural in space and time, using programmatic manipulations that evoke the movements of fire, air, and water. Rooted in environmental urgency, this mural also communicates the power of nature to heal and inspire.​​

App design and visual effects: Phil Spitler | Sound: Conner Jones | JavaScript programming: Kerry Rodden

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