Pier 9 Artist in Residence
summer + fall 2015
3'x6' Concrete 3D printer, created with Alan Cation as part of the Pier 9 Artist in Residence program
Fraktur Calligraphy Robot
creation of a traditional german "Fraktur" style calligraphy machine
machine controlled via Rhino/Grasshopper/Firefly
California College of the Arts
continuing the research begun by the mobile 3D printer, this thesis project explored the design process implications of autonomous tools and swarm intelligences
Advanced Studio: Creative Architecture Machines
mobile 3D printer utilizing excess sawdust from on-site wood shop as printing medium
small fabrication robot capable of printing structures larger than itself
robotic swarm drawing machine built with simple arduino driven bristle bots, scanned and tracked using microsoft kinect computer vision
graphic analytical work, representing the perceptual experience of a pedestrian as they pass a parklet located in the Tenderloin.
material/form study. 4x6 paper notecards.