Got a new projection mapping piece installed this week at the Lone Star – The Moon. Working with Charlie Evans and Mark D Powers, we picked an image of the moon. I made the projection layout and they went to town painting it on the wall. 3 different shades of going from medium gray to bright white. The first animation I’ve made is an eclipse. It takes 7.5 minutes for the shadow to move from side to side, which is the typical length of totality during a lunar eclipse and the whole loop is 8.5 minutes long. Below is a 35 second time lapse.
It’s exciting for me to get another chance to show my installation Hive and to be included with such a talented group of artists and musicians.
I’d like to thank the festival organizer, Alex Trujillo, for the opportunity and hope that we see you in Sacramento!
If you missed our opening for URB – New URBan landscapes, don’t worry – myself and Mark Powers are going to be at Dada on Thursday March 7th from 5-7pm. Hopefully, you’re already out for First Thursday enjoying all the great art and can stop by Dada for even more.
Still from URBan Life / URBan Projection
Thursday, March 7th, 5-7pm, URB Artists Meet and Greet at Dada Bar.
65 Post street (across from Crocker Galleria), San Francisco, CA.
From the series 26 Stories
URB – New Urban Landscapes
New work by artists Steve Piasecki, Mark D Powers and Ricky Mendia Opening March 1st, 7-10pm, at Dada Bar, 65 post street, San Francisco.