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Sea Jewels

HINODE from niiyama on Vimeo.

This is a CG movie that depicts saltation and growth of life in the sea using jewelry as the motif for illustrating the theme “Jewels of Sea.” It creates mystifying and attractive scenery by the ores resembling creatures of sea and its transforming refraction and reflection of light that are affected by the organic moves.

Miami Metals All the Way!

Featured works for ArtSpace’s national biennial juried exhibition: Fine Contemporary CraftAlysia Fischer, Geoff Riggle/Lisa Wilson.

http://artspacenc.org/view/galleries/current-exhibitions/exhibition-1/

Alysia Fischer CurtainLisa Wilson Geoff Riggle 2012

For Your Neck

New work for your neck added to small works:

…and one that’s not for your neck.


Going to BSU

Was invited to visit Ball State University to help christen the ULS 4.60 that’s new to their metals studio. Excited to see what we come up with!
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Alessi at Milan Design Week

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Alessi at Milan Design Week – http://pulsene.ws/1gFNB

EXOtique, Digital Fabrication in a Week

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EXOtique, Digital Fabrication in a Week – http://pulsene.ws/16j9U

Angry Birds x Banksy Mashup

Having recently seen Exit Through the Gift Shop and by making all sorts of ‘discoveries’ with my new Evo,  this caught my eye:

Angry Birds x Banksy Mashup – http://pulsene.ws/14iro

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Glass

Beautiful Bunny

It has been quite some time since my last post and I felt compelled to do something about it. A lot has happened in recent months: I graduated, went to Prague, got an adjunct gig(s), got a visiting gig, and am enthralled in the development of Miami U’s SFA 2nd Annual Summer Camp for Teens (more info and hopefully a link will come in due time) as its ‘director.’ Jeez my palms are suddenly sweaty.

Meanwhile, enjoy this captivating and mildly disturbing ‘viral’:

Chocolate Bunny from Blink on Vimeo.

On The In-Between: Stop Motion

Stop Motion Capture of my thesis exhibition installation (April 14-22, 2010). Soil is strategically placed on the floor of the gallery delineating a path the viewer must navigate/traverse to view the sculptural rings on display. I wrote a short Processing script to run on the iMac in the gallery.

On the In-Between: Stop Motion from geoff riggle on Vimeo.