For those of you who will be in the Toledo area between September 30th and November 9th this year, Bowling Green State University is hosting an exhibition titled Milestones: A Celebration of BGSU School of Art Alumni and 25 Years of Digital Arts at BGSU. There is a lot of talent and variety in this show, and I am very fortunate to have been asked to participate.
It’s been a while since I’ve shown any new work – until recently I feel that I was stuck in a bit of a creative drought. It can be hard to balance full-time work and art-making, especially if they are linked by process. But thankfully creativity can be contagious, and in the best ways possible!
Continuing the trajectory of my interactive work, I spent some time this summer creating OOME (One Object Many Eyes), a piece that delivers a unique image to a person’s mobile device through a stylized QR code. Conceptually, it aims to highlight the differences in our subjective experiences.
Below is a gallery of snapshots I took at the exhibition, which includes the QR code to view OOME on your own device!