I published a new interactive application for the Traitor, Survivor, Icon : The Legacy of La Malinche exhibition at the Denver Art Museum. The application is also a mobile app for iOS and Android.
I was commissioned to create and interactive touch screen for the Denver Art Museum’s 2019 Serious Play exhibition. Details are on my http://www.bryanleister.com/interactive/serious-play-interactive-table/ page.
Samsara, a ballet created by David Taylor’s Zikr Dance Ensemble is performing at the Lakewood Cultural Arts Center on June 3,4 and 5th. I was responsible for designing and programming the interactive video. The projections follow the dancers and respond to the audio track for the ballet.
An installation created with artists Katie Caron and Justin Beard at Redline gallery in Denver.
This is a new procedural audio game that I am working on for the iPad. The idea is to try to combine a game mechanic with music creation, to create a sort of meditative game-like experience. Not sure where it is heading, but I like the feeling it has so far.
I was commissioned to create a new work by the Denver Theater District for the new Denver Digerati collection. This collection of films will be premiered on September 20th on the Denver Theater District’s LED screens located in downtown Denver.
Material Engagements is a new exhibition curated by Harmony Hammond that will be run from October 27 – December 30th at Redline. I created a new augmented reality installation called Goldman Sachs where a user can point their device at a wall drawing to see what the hidden agenda is.
The app is available for Android and iOS and is called “Giant Blood Sucking Squid” in reference to my wall drawing.
Friday Oct. 26th and 27th will be the premiere of a new collaborative piece between myself and Abby Man-Yee Chan, choreographer and dancer Cai Ying at the Atlas Center in Boulder, CO. Denver artist Nichole Hongchang and I worked together for additional video footage of her ink drawings on rice paper.
Abby and Cai Ying have spent the last few weeks here in Denver planning the project and working with me to write software for the performance. We are working on some interesting ideas about childhood, modern life and technology. I’ve designed a playable Chinese board game that can be played by moving around on a floor projected image of the board. In addition, we will have a kinect controlled musical instrument that the dancers can control by their body motions. The choreography is amazing and our rehearsals at Redline and Workspace have been very productive. Looking forward to seeing this at the wonderful facilities of the Atlas Center.
I created a new Apple and Android App for the Blacktop Festival here in Denver Sep. 29th. The piece is an augmented reality app that requires the viewer to point their phone/camera at a person wearing a t-shirt. The app will determine if that person is good or bad and display the results.
From the organizers:
You can hear live music or make your own art or watch a performance or run around in the grass. You can play an interactive video game or listen to a mini opera. You can buy your vegetables for the week, get your bike fixed, or read a magazine. Best part is, tickets are free (in fact, there arent any tickets).