The excitement continues with the second public performance of TheOtherSide, the first collaboration between my layered wax paintings and Kinetech Arts' interactive video and dance. Part of an entire evening of performance, installations, and demos exploring movement with interactive video and technology. This is the first time I have lit my paintings with video and great to be working with performance again. It's really exciting.
TheOtherSide uses the performers' movement to trigger video projections, lighting my layered wax paintings with dynamic images on both sides.
Kinetech Arts is turning one, and we’re throwing a party!
Join Kinetech Arts in celebrating our first year of open labs, installations, and performances March 21-22 at KUNST-STOFF arts with salsa lessons, guest performances, martial arts demonstrations, play time with our newest technology, a visual and digital art exhibit, and a sneak peek at our latest developments-in-progress, to be premiered in full at ODC Theater this July.
TICKETS: $12 advance, $15 at the door. Children under 10 are free.
WHAT: Kinetech Arts/1.0 First Anniversary
WHEN: March 21–22, 7–11 p.m.
WHERE: KUNST-STOFF arts, 1 Grove St., S.F.
7:00–8:00 Salsa Class, Exhibition
9:00–11:00 Party, Exhibition
Special guests include Anastasia Kostner, Andy Mogg, Daniel Konhauser, Enrique (Kike) Quintero, Ian Winter, Jasper Patterson, Jonathan Wallraven, Jose Miranda, Mambo Grovin' Latin Dance, Maarten van der Glas, Marissa Katarina Bergmann, Robert Edgar, Tianne Frias
Kinetech Arts is a collective of artists and scientists striving to challenge possibility through collaborative creativity. Kinetech Arts holds a weekly lab and forum at KUNST-STOFF arts open to all interested participants to explore and develop connections among technology, dance, and visual art.