Interactive computer graphics

HEART THEATER

Exploration Place, Kansas City

video software allows live video feed of audience participation mixed with computer generated graphics.

video software allows live video feed of audience participation mixed with computer generated graphics.

Still from an animationn showing           Luke , the leukocyte, Erythrea, the erythrocyte,and thrombo , the thrombocyte in front of the heart.

Day of the Dead Altar         Oakland Museum

Collaboration between Beverly Reiser kleiber and Lucia Grossburger morales 

VOICE

of Lucia

Que Viva Tu Recuerdo 

An Altar dedicated to the memory of Remedios Varo, the French Surrealist painter.

VOICE GARDEN: LABYRINTH OF LOVE, LABYRINTH OF DESIRE

an interactive multimedia CD-ROM

San Francisco Art Institute

Walter McBean Gallery, San Francisco 

 private_loves/public_opera:

A walk-in video garden with website, that collects love stories, allowing you to add your own love story. The website was at http://www.ylem.org/private_loves/public_opera/ and at the San francico Art Institute, Dec-Jan 1996-1997

Come, Human, spin in my Web!

A ride thru an A.I.’s persona

A.I. sends an invitation out to Humans to visit the “web”. If they take up the invite, they adventure into either the “Cerebral Cathedral” or the ” Feral Forest”. Eventually they arrive at one of four possible endings having altered their own “data structure” or the environment

video hardware allows live video feed of audience participation mixed with computer generated graphics.

Temple of the Goddesses

A virtual sacred space

 As the visitor moves thru the shrine complex they are engaged in various episodes (depending on the visitor’s response) by goddesses Venus, Nemesis, the Psychedelic Cyber Pagan, etc. There are four possible endings with numerous episodes along the way.

The Phosphorescent Samurai and the Geisha Snail 

A Surealistic Fable

 Two inter-species mutants start on their ‘hero’s journey’ and, depending on choices made by the viewer along the way, are transformed accordingly. There is a final revelation unique to each of the eight possible endings.

BurningMan 2004

a Commissioned video/computer installation

for Burning Man Festival asking the question :

WHAT DO YOU DESIRE?

answers are collected , mixed with others and fed back.

a Collaboration with Mark McGothigan and Milton Fabert