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Happy New Year 2009!

Happy new year from Golan, Andrea and Zenon! From the image below you can jump to view our interactive holiday card. (Note: this card requires the most recent Java and OpenGL plugins, and may take a moment to load.) For more interactive New Year’s cards, please visit my collection here.

Re:face in Mexico City

A three-screen version of our interactive installation “Re:face [Portrait Sequencer]“, which I created in collaboration with Zachary Lieberman, has been acquired by the Papalote Museo del Niño (Children’s Museum) in Mexico City.

Student project claims Google Streetview as an art medium

I’m proud and delighted to announce that Ben Kinsley, one of my MFA students at the CMU School of Art, has finally gone live with his first-of-a-kind project, “Street with a View” – in which he and collaborator Robin Hewlett choreographed a neighborhood-wide performance intervention into Google Street View. Here’s the AP article about the […]

Golan now on LibraryThing

Thanks to Toxi, ever the early adopter, I’ve just discovered the excellent LibraryThing service, for sharing catalogues of books. My library is now (partially) indexed there, and will get filled in progressively when I feel like procrastinating that way. Feel free to browse my shelves.

Announcing a new project: “Double-Taker (Snout)”

I’m delighted to announce the premiere of a new project: Double-Taker (Snout), a large-scale outdoor interactive robot which appears to react with surprise to the presence and movements of its visitors. Shaped like a giant worm, with a foot-wide googly eye, Double-Taker attempts to synthesize a convincing new body language in a whimsical take on the […]