Hybrid Basketry: Interweaving Digital Practice Within Contemporary Craft
In Hybrid Basketry, 3D printed structures are shaped to allow the growth and development of hand-woven patterns. While the 3D printed plastic contributes the aesthetics of the digital curvatures and manifolds, the hand-woven reed, jute, and canvas fibers infuse the baskets with a unique organic appeal.
MIT Media Lab
KIMA - A Holographic Telepresence Environment Based on Cymatic Principles
This telepresence environment allows users to experience the sound-matter relationship as cymatic patterns of their interactions. A holographic screen display allows for real-time interaction with the cymatic form and modulation of the joint sound scape. Presence is conveyed through sound as the essence of communication.
Null By Morse: Historical Optical Communication to Smartphones
An installation artwork that combines vintage communication technology and smartphones to critique some current notions of innovation as they are applied to the latter.