‘Watching Wildlife’ Video Release

Watching Wildlife, a recent video I created for an upcoming exhibition titled Frame of Reference: Dioramas in the 21st Century at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh, NY, is now available for viewing on this site and on YouTube and Vimeo. Read a full description of the project.

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Off-the-Shelf Cyborg Beetles?

U.C. Berkeley’s Michael Maharbiz and a team of colleagues recently presented a giant flower beetle whose flight they could command by remote-control. Implanted electrodes and a radio receiver strapped to the beetle’s back give the human operator complete control over the beetles flight pattern, and at 1.3 grams, the apparatus…

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Samsung Finds Way to Replace Extinct Species

I came across this Samsung advertisement recently and was pleasantly surprised by Samsung’s ability to replace nature with a crisp 2D version as a result of their recent developments in Eco-friendly technologies. The ad shows Samsung’s reproductive success with squirrels, mushrooms, and birds, but I would like to see if…

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