|Shadowpox at RADA: Abraham Popoola, video still, 2080 x 1620 pixels, 2016|
LaLaine Ulit-Destajo, Caitlin Fisher, Steven Hoffman, Susan Rogers Van Katwyk and I are in the final weeks of preparation for a gallery installation incarnation of Shadowpox as part of the <Immune Nations> exhibition in Trondheim, Norway, and Geneva, Switzerland.
<Immune Nations> is an experimental evidence-based artistic-research exhibition emerging from the three-year Vaccine Project, part of the International Collaboration for Capitalizing on Cost-Effective and Life-Saving Commodities (i4C) funded through the Research Council of Norway's GLOBVAC Programme.
The exhibition will kick off at Gallery KiT on March 13, as the official opening of the 10th Conference on Global Health and Vaccination Research. From Trondheim it travels to UNAIDS in Geneva on May 23 for the 70th World Health Assembly.
Here are a few work-in-progress photos from the Alice Lab for Computational Worldmaking at York University:
|Using Rulr to calibrate the Kinect and projector|
|LaLaine's motion-capture stick-figure animation in development (Bézier curves are on the way!)|
|LaLaine's openFrameworks Shadowpox code|
|LaLaine infects the lab with sprites|
|Title animator Jos Humphrey gives a peek behind the curtain in After Effects|
|Jos's title sequence on the big screen|
|Alison and Maggie the Mannequin model the latest in VR headsets, but not because they're part of the project. |
They just make us look suave.