The Future of the Human/Machine Interface
Tuesday, October 19th, 7-9 pm
Hive at 55, 55 Broad Street, 13F, NY NY 10004
Panelists: Irwin Chen, Jill Nussbaum, Dan Paluska, Ian Spalter
Presented by Zeitgeist NYC and Hive at 55, Lower Manhattan’s coworking space.
Suggested donation: a measly $5. Facebook RSVP
I’m taking part in a panel discussion this Tuesday. I will discuss my transition from midwestern youth to robotic creator to street videobooth proprietor and give my take on “the future”.
timelapse from the day, includes layered audio from the event. jump to 1:30:
something like slides:
my youth was lots of building forts in the backyard and playing with legos. then i discovered tv and became fascinated with robots, rock and roll, hero narratives, and all the rest that comes with media saturation.
i went to mit for a long time and learned to build robots. Met a great photographer and got 15 minutes of fame… the picture is great but reality looks like this: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sixmilliondollardan/2436408689/
left mit to pursue art. continued to build some robot stuff including this one with jeff lieberman.
lately been working on some personal tracking stuff like making timelapse movies of my computer screen and timelapse movies of my life. Computer screen: http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552 Life:http://youtube.com/usemoreproduct
and a ten minute excerpt from a movie compilation i made of the first 6 months. [blip.tv ?posts_id=3369383&dest=-1]
A timelapse memory wall installation for a shared workspace:
Public videobooth work. Brooklyn Mobile is one.
Here’s an intro: [blip.tv ?posts_id=3395607&dest=-1]
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