Radiant Emblematic Structure was exhibited at Land of Tomorrow in 2009 along with other works in the Deliverables series. These drawings, created through processes such as computer-generated graphics, hand drawing, applique, paint, and collage, make up an ongoing experiment that seeks to find new values for the architectural deliverable outside the functions of presentation and construction.
Here are a couple images of the DJ Booth we have on exhibit at Land of Tomorrow. The form is based on an irregular pentagonal antiprism, and clad in padded sections of gold-sparkle vinyl and cheap maroon carpet. Pictures of it in action forthcoming...
I'm excited to be a part of the Expanded Music Project, an event curated by my good friend Drura Parrish and featuring some amazing talents. I'm designing a roller rink in an art gallery. More interestingly I'm designing what could possibly be the sleaziest dj booth of all time for Juan Atkins, the inventor of techno. It's a tesselated, irregular pentagonal antiprism upholstered in sparkle gold vinyl with a maroon carpeted interior. And I'm making a few chandeliers.
Here's a shot of two of our large scale drawings just prior to the opening of our exhibition at the Land of Tomorrow Gallery.