Textures and Structures is an audiovisual performance system created and performed by Cullen Miller and Gabriel Dunne. A digital analogy to strandbeests, its computer-generated artworks come to life and run free in their native environment with minimal control and surprising results.
Come ooooo and ahhhh at the science behind these big booms! Where do fireworks come from? Who invented them? What causes their beautiful colors, and how do the bursting shells create such different patterns? Join us for some real illumination, and learn the difference between a jerb and a lance.
Join the Exploratorium Lab and PACE Art + Technology on Saturday, June 25 for an exclusive tour of Living Digital Space and Future Parks. This massive installation invites participants of all ages to immerse themselves in multiroom environments spanning 20,000 square feet and featuring 20 digital works.
Saturday, June 25, 2016 • 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00 p.m.
From real-life animals behaving in decidedly unnatural ways to faked biological explorations that teeter uncannily close to the real, this shorts program spans more than a century of cinematic artistry.