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Passage3

Marty Margulies
Margulies Warehouse


Miami, Fl.

 

 

 

Description:

Marty Margulies asked me to construct a concept Margulies Warehouse (his 45,000 sq. ft) based on a prototype he experienced in my studio.

Passage3 was the design plan that I submitted for Margulies Warehouse. Passage3 is an interactive and immersive Indoor Interactive 3Panel Plasma Display. The piece being interactive and public will be designed robustly. Being so, I enlisted the help of engineer John Bilodeau and Vistacom.

about this project

Passage3 proposal PDF (excerpt)
 
Proposal hard copy (front cover)
(rear cover)
 
Passage 3 DVD 16 Video Demo File
Passage3 Proposal
Passage3 DVD Proposal sleeve
 

The Aerosol Museum
5pointz


NYC

(3DVD set)

Description:

The Aerosol Museum | TAM (3) DVD set was developed to promote 5Pointz as the first dedicated Aerosol Museum in the world as declared by The New York Time's on August 8, 2004 "Art/Architecture; Museum With (Only) Walls" . The Aerosol Museum | TAM (3) DVD set features an interactive floor plan (interior and exterior) an in depth interview with “Nic1", who articulates the 40 (+) year's aerosol history and culture. “Nic1" one of four writers nominated by VH1's Hip Hop Honors 2004 (also 1988 president of the Areosol Kings).

about this project

"Nic1" 2004 VH1 Hip Hop Honors
TAM: "Nic1" The Areosol Culture
   
 
TAM: Interactive Floorplan
   
 
 
The Areosol Museum 3DVD sleeve
TAM: Cultural Perception
     

Nano

Lehigh University

Allentown, PA.

 

Description:

Engineer John Bilodeau and Lehigh University researchers contacted me about ways to visualize Nano technology I developed two proposals geared for the general public.

John Bilodeau forwarded me the following information:

In this case, mesh networks share some interesting similarities when viewed from an artistic perspective. The most relevant similarities for the purposes of this discussion, in my opinion, are the way that mesh network topologies look very much like molecular structures when the two are mapped side-by-side.

In a certain sense, if a mesh network were to be deployed with nodal variation as the key element rather than grid pathway redundancy it could be arranged to mimic the structure and subsequent atomic interactions found in a molecule. If this is a workable interpretation of nanotechnology, it can be represented by a multimedia platform meeting the requirements of your vision.

   
Nano Outdoor hard copy (front cover) Nano Indoor hard copy (front cover)
Nano Outdoor PDF (excerpt) Nano Indoor PDF (excerpt)