We are working with a great team of people from Nuit Blanche New York and artists to make projections for the New Museum as part of their Festival of Ideas for the New City. We shot our piece last weekend. It was a lot of fun and most people are creating analog videos. The videos will be projected during the festival weekend at night on Saturday May 7th. If you are in town, you should definitely check it out along with all of the many other great things going on!
Our good friend Michael Rees asked us to be a part of the show Alpha to Zeta. Michael has developed a sculptural user interface that produces a 3d object based on letters entered through a keyboard. Anyone one can develop a 3d alphabet. It is a great project we saw in the works a longtime ago when we were first starting the studio. the exhibition will include a number of artists that have created alphabets an models. Each model is 3d printed and will be on display. The screen cap above is a picture of our alphabet in action! The opening is this Thursday and will be alot of fun. Details below:
February 4 to February 15, 2011
Reception: February 10, 2011, 6-8p
Visual Arts Gallery at the School of VIsual Art
601 West 26th St., 15th floor
New York, New York
Artists include: Michael Rees, Suzanne Anker, Prem Makeig, Mike Szivos (Softlab), Lenka Curtain, David Frankel, Lala Montoya, Michael Severance, Zulma Cardona, Sam T. Chciuk, Nicholas P. Colbert, Nicole P. Crisbacher, Katarina A. Crnogorac, Ashley M. Simon, Christian D. Tandazo, and Geoff Flash
We will be speaking about our work 6-8pm January 25th at the CFA as part of the New Practices 2010 Lecture series. If you are in town it would be great to see you there. The New Practices Exhibition over the summer gave us a chance to reflect on our work and think about how we got here. The most popular question we get asked is “what do you guys do?” We will hopefully answer this on Thursday through some of our work and we will talk about our biggest design project: our studio.
For full details and to RSVP you can visit the CFA website.
We had a lot of fun at the opening of abstrakt Abstrakt! Thanks Marius, Eno, and David for putting up with and making sure that we had a good time! The installation was fueled by Binding and Super Apple. Here are some photos of the final piece and the opening. More pics after the jump…
images of our last installation in Frankfurt
The Systemized World
Artists: Ralf Baecker, FIELD, Ben Fry, Leander Herzog, Robert Hodgin, Thilo Kraft, Brandon Morse,Louise Naunton Morgan, John Powers, Patrick Raddatz, SOFTlab, Jorinde Voigt,Zimoun
Marius Watz & Eno Henze
Photos: Marius Watz
Design Team: Michael Szivos, Carrie McKnelly, and Charlotte Vlerick
Installation: Brandt Graves
Thanks to everyone involved!
Our friends over at Devotion gallery and 319 Scholes are celebrating a their inaugural year anniversary this weekend with a party and a bunch of events. We are showing work and will definitely be hanging tough this Friday at 319 Scholes. Information below:
Devotion Gallery and 319 Scholes Present THE SHIFT
A three day benefit celebrating one year of curation in the 11206 Brooklyn zipcode
August 27th, 8pm until Sunday at 8pm
$10 per night – $25 3 day pass – Free Saturday and Sunday during gallery hours (12pm – 4pm)
LOCATION: 319 Scholes, Brooklyn, NY, 11206 (L to Morgan)
WEBSITE AND TICKETS: http://www.areyoudevoted.com/events/
CONTACT: Phoenix at Press@AreYouDevoted.com
The NPNY panel discussion will be this Thursday July 29, 2010 at the Center for Architecture, Tafel Hall, 7-9PM. It is going to be PechaKuga style: 10 slides and 5 minutes for each winner then a panel discussion moderated by Galia Solomonoff. Will be pretty fun, hope to see you there.
The NPNY2010 Exhibition last Thursday was a lot of fun. Everyone’s work was amazing and it was good to see a bunch of our friends out for the opening. Check out more photos after the jump…
The opening reception for this years GAUD Exhibition will be after the Brett Steele lecture tonight!
The exhibition is designed, curated and installed by a course taught by Michael Szivos with Carrie McKnelly. Hope you can join us.
Professor: Michael Szivos with Carrie McKnelly