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Documentary video of "Prototype for Programmable Light-up Shape Floor"

This song-activated light sculpture is a one-to-one model for a light up dance floor. Its eight colored light bulbs turn on and off in various chase sequences, manipulated by an analog audio-sensitive light controller, creating numerous patterns and color combinations. At the Franklin Street Works gallery, the sculpture was synced to Discovery of The Shape, my song and music video presented on a nearby monitor within geometric furniture.
Added on: July 13, 2019

Discovery of The Shape

Discovery of The Shape presents a staged dance party in which the artist’s friends perform various roles in a nightclub scene. The video was filmed at Downstairs 87, where Carmelle Safdie re-imagined the Lower East Side venue’s basement level bar as part of an artist residency program. Condensed into a three-minute burst of music, geometry, and partygoers at play, Discovery of The Shape details the multifaceted components of Safdie’s installation, while showcasing the interactive, social, and ephemeral aspects of the project.
Added on: July 18, 2016