Thanks entirely to the Hollander Family Foundation Award grant, I was able to spend one week this summer at Anderson Ranch Art Center in Snowmass, CO, where I finally took my first steps in creative coding. During my week at Anderson Ranch studying Processing & Arduino with Joshua Davis, I created a humble sensor-driven animation with Processing. This animation randomly generated color-changing ellipses, which responded in real-time to the x-y coordinates of my mouse. The animation is programmed to reset itself with each mouse click.
This little animation makes use of my favorite color palette (red, black, white) and is a slight homage to the great Yayoi Kusama's polka-dots.
The Tokaido Adventures of Washigami-San (In Progress)
Stop Motion Animation, hand made washi, origami
2018 video edit of Processing animations
Heaven's Kiss (2016)
Video, Performance, Projection
Text by Gwen Shamblin, St. Teresa de Avila
material girl hallelujah (2016)
command & conquer (2015)
Wherein I attempt to embody the prescriptive gestures of womanhood; for the manner in which we as women are commanded is ultimately the means with which we are conquered.