MAKS @ West Village
Burning copal incense goes back to the days of the Aztecs. Cortes can suck it, the spirits don’t die!
This three foot tall sculpture is also a musical instrument. Sensors on the exposed spinal column are attached to a computer synthesizer. 8 notes to choose, full polyphony. Made of plaster, paper mache and painted with spray and oil paints. Nine pin DSUB connector for attaching to microcontroller.
Don’t let her good looks fool you – this charm actually has demonic power. Rattle comes with pushbutton to connect to a microcontroller. Plaster, paper, mashe, hair extensions, leds, wire, SPST pushbutton.
Experimental Sound Nights v1
Performing with Patricio Jijon and Seong-eun Kim at Space776. Our first time playing out with da Rattle Head and Spine Harp! Videography : Filippo Fantastichini
Plaster, oil paint, grass, and branches. Branches move by hidden servo motors inside the mask. Careful, this boys heavy!
Two large light boxes with laser cut steel MAKS insignia atop painted imagery. The steel shields represent male and female signs. The male sign is the electronic sign of a resistor, and the female a capacitor. Did you know the universal sign of anger is mutilated genitalia?
MAKS: Meet the Artist 10/21/16
“MAKS: Meet the Artist” was an installation shown at Hood Gallery in Brooklyn NY, October 2016. Nineteen paintings were hung. Landscapes, portraits and crime scenes were chosen as subjects. The room was pitch black. Certain paintings were illuminated with LEDS based on cues from electronic music pumped into the space from loudspeakers. The music ranged from ambient electronica, harsh noise and techno.