Excited to have work from this new series selected for the open call digital art competition “Samsung The Wall x Niio Art / Digital Realism”
This series of animated short films depicts surreal and sublime natural geology in the solar system. Scans of natural rocks and boulders captured in many parts of the world using 3D photogrammetry are set above a Martian landscape captured by the NASA/JPL HiRise Imager. The stones depicted in Areo Gardens include boulders from Joshua Tree, California, an abandoned quarry in Syracuse NY and volcanic stone formations from the coast of Senegal.
POOLTIME is a public artwork by artists Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong and Dev Harlan. In conjunction with NYC Parks, the pavilion has been installed at the north end of Meadow Lake in Flushing Meadows Corona Park and will be exhibited until summer 2020. POOLTIME is a public pavilion and series of community programming centered around the rich history of the Park as a site for the 1939 and 1964 World’s Fairs. POOLTIME activates an underused public space and aims to discuss the World’s Fair structures and their architectural lives and meaning post-exhibition.
“Parmenides I” was selected for CUNY Oswego’s rotating public art program. The 8′ diameter aluminum sculpture has previously been exhibited indoors with video projection indoors. Outdoors it lives comfortably in it’s naked object hood. The sculpture will be installed on campus for 2 years.
The sculpture is a surface casting of exposed rock near the Iron Age mine site in Wonder Valley. Video projection mapping uses tones and textures from photogrammetry scans of this and other geological work.
Astral Fissures (III) is a light sculpture installed in the house of a private collector in Singapore. This year I was recommissioned to develop new video works for the sculpture, as well some upgrades and improvements to the system.
“EIGHTEEN” is a three person show exhibiting the works of Dev Harlan, Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong and Jayoung Yoon. The work is on view from September 15 – October 14th, 2016 at the Usagi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
“Mineral Conciousness and Unremarkeable Stars” is an exhibtion at the Sharjah Art Museum (UAE) as part of the 18th Annual Islamic Arts Festival 2015, titled “Nour” (Light). The one month exhibit featured works from an international group of artists working with geometry, pattern and traditional Islamic arts.