I will be performing with Gamelan Kusuma Laras for their 30th anniversary concert at the Consulate General of Indonesia in the Upper East Side. Saturday December 14 at 8 pm and Sunday December 15 at 3 pm. Come join us!
Hi! I'm Antonius. I like technology and the traditional arts.
The Somnitrope at the Dumbo Arts Festival 2013
The Somnitrope is a circular bed with throw pillows embroidered with individual frames of Eadweard Muybridge’s photographic study of a running horse. When it is turned, animation of the embroidery on the ceiling above it gets triggered, empowering the sleeper with control over its content. This is based off of my experience this summer. I was largely confined in bed recovering from a gunshot wound.
Thanks to the talents of Ben Light, Michelle Temple and Eric Rosenthal for the fabrication of the rotating bed, the 2012-2013 ITP residents for all their support, and Lisa Kim of Two Trees Management for inviting us to present at DAF.
Daniel Shiffman taught a Nature of Code workshop at the LES Girls Club planetarium in NYC to ITP students. Watch him make planets on the fly with Processing and add textures to simulate an atmosphere.
NoC Cosmos Edition, a set on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Daniel Shiffman’s Nature of Code Cosmos edition explores new possibilities of exploring content in the LES Girls Club Planetarium.
It is with great sadness we have to report the death of Red Burns on August 23. Red was our founder, our leader and our friend. After living several full lives, one of which we were a part of at ITP, she died peacefully at home surrounded by her children. Red lives on strongly in the thousands of lives that she redirected at ITP. I don’t need to say more than that to you all. The funeral will be a family affair. We will keep you informed about a memorial. In the meantime we can use this site as a place to share stories about Red.
Red Burns changed my life. Many people have said that ever since we heard news yesterday that she passed away. I wrote two articles on her during my tenure as blogger for art:21. The first one how I met her and she scared the living daylights out of me. The second looking back on how she nurtured me in two years into both a compassionate being and one that doesn’t take bullshit for an answer. Red lifted me up when I was at my lowest, and she put me down a couple notches when I was getting a little too big for my britches. And I loved her for that. I will miss her so much. Rest in peace, Red.