As a child I spent my free time on my dad’s old computer exploring virtual worlds, climbing trees to scope out neighborhood ninjas, and taking apart VCRs in an attempt to reconstruct it as a teleportation device. Now, as an adult, I spend my free time on my own laptop exploring MMOs, climbing rooftops with my friends pretending I am a ninja, and taking apart DVD players in an attempt to reconstruct it as a time machine. Little have I grown up as the only thing growing is my imagination. Being undergraduate in San Jose State University’s Digital Media Arts program, I explore and traverse this imagination of mine through digital media.
Find me at 01SJ around anything you can play with for example being a character in the cell phone locative experiment with **Blast Theory’s** //A Machine to Be Seen// or being part of the machine outside City Hall with **Rockwell Group’s** //Plug-in-Play//.
On Saturday September 18th I’ll be on Market street in the sidelines cheering for my favorite human powered vehicle and eating a hot dog made by the Slo Dog vehicle. Meet me at the end of the parade at the Trojan Gift Horse spews out viruses.
Thursday September 16, 2010
7:00PM-8:15PM Rockwell Lab – opening ceremony
9PM A Machine To See With
Friday September 17, 2010
5pm-12am Project Hoodie Play @SoFa District
TBA ZOROP Party Bus
Saturday, September 18, 2010
11am-6pm Green Prix Parade downtown San Jose
7PM + Learn to Play @ Euphrat Museum of Art at De Anza College
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Where I’m At?