A Field Sunflower Robots was initially funded by Burning Man in 2006.
Since then the installation has toured several events and venues such as Coachella, San Francisco Academy of Science, Treasure Island Music Festival, etc. More photos can be found here and here, and more details and the awesome crew who helped making this happen can be found here.
In 2012 I had the incredible privilege to work with Björk, one of the most inspiring artist of our generation. We used body and facial motion capture to animate a digital version of her. More details can be found here.
Interactive Art installation at Burning Man 2009-2010. Hundreds of little notes written in the desert. "It is Burroughs' Naked Lunch talking typewriter with beetle head!" [Anonymous]. You can read the notes here.
LightRail is the world’s first subway-responsive light sculpture. By visualizing the real-time movement of underground trains along Market Street, it will transform San Francisco’s main artery into a scene of wonder and awe for millions.
Two LED strings in the center of Market Street will stretch two miles from Van Ness Avenue to The Embarcadero. The LED strands will be suspended safely above SF MUNI lines by anchoring into existing light post infrastructure. They will use BART and MUNI APIs to brilliantly illuminate the movement of underground trains. After BART and MUNI have closed, randomly distributed small pulses of light will move along Market Street, simulating the passage of pedestrians. The piece will thus be a celebration of the many sustainable modes of transit that make up city life.
Unplugged is an animated short created by the Mixamo team to showcase its Face Plus technology for real-time facial animation. Taking viewers through the story of a boy breaking free from a meaningless and dreary life, Unplugged demonstrates the kind of quality that anyone can now achieve with Face Plus, a webcam, and a creative concept. More info can be found on the Mixamo website. Unplugged has won so far 7 awards/nominations.
3D interactive art installation funded by Gray Area Foundation for the Arts, [nowhere now here] was shown at the Luggage Gallery in San Francisco during the CityCentered International Festival in 2010. The installation brought the audience to fly over a surreal version of the San Francisco Tenderloin neighborhood, with animated skyscrapers and whimsical nature.
Founded by Stefano Corazza and Juan Pablo Caceres in 2004, [45isdistance] has been defined as an experimental band blending the sounds of warm low-fi electronics with acoustic instruments. More information, samples and videos can be found on the [45isdistance] website.
Designed and Curated the "SENSES" Experience at the CODAME Festival 2013.
The audience was taken through a 5-senses overstimulation experience and sensory deprivation, for what was a unique journey into birth.
More info on the CODAME website.
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