BEAT RESEARCH BET RESERCH BT RSRCH
BEAT RESEARCH II !!! CLUB NIGHT !!! EXPERIMENTAL PARTY !!!
CALL ME DOC LECTOR BY THE WAY I DROP VECTOR
A remix of Maurice Ravel’s Bolero serves as a sluggish score for a short study of motion, time and repetition.
Inspired by the Radiolab Podcast, Unraveling Bolero: radiolab.org/blogs/radiolab-blog/2012/jun/18/unraveling-bolero/
CAVE light spaces: this public projection lit up the corner of longwood and huntington for 5 nights. More documentation coming soon!
cardboard, staples, spray paint, polystyrene
The artist offers this piece to the viewer as an open invitation
to collaborate. By adding, subtracting, and repositioning
foam pieces the viewer can become part of the art making process.
The small needles of the staples serve as little hands to hold
the foam in place. As a critique of the loss of physicality in
art, this piece is constantly changing while being captured
on digital camera.
/// BEAT RESEARCH //// CLASS SHOW AT GOOD LIFE //// 12/12 ////
TEDxMassachusettsCollegeofArtandDesign Video Recaps!
What a great event! Catch me at 1:15 under the elusive title, “MassArt Student”
Abstract Experiment in Illustrator and Photoshop