The Eye in Time: Interactive Installation Design

Voices Tower

Architalx and the University of Southern Maine Creative Intelligence & Innovation Lab invite you to:

The Eye in Time: Interactive Installation Design

Friday, October 19    7:30pm to 8:30pm w/ Q&A after

Lee Auditorium, Wishcamper Center - University of Southern Maine, Portland

Admission is free

Matthias Oostrik and Raphael DiLuzio show and discuss their large-scale interactive video projection mapping project for Voices of Design: 25 Years of Architalx. This Ralph Appelbaum Associates designed installation will open on February 2, 2013, Portland Museum of Art.

Open House prior to the talk: USM Design Science Lab at 6:00 pm, C-Wing, 5th Floor Research Wing, Science Building at 70 Falmouth Street, Portland, Maine 04101

Presenters:

Oostrik

Matthias Oostrik

Visual interaction digital artist, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Matthias Oostrik obtained a degree in Interactive Media and Visual Effects from Netherlands Film and Television Academy in 2004. His work occupies public spaces as permanent installations and has been seen in festivals around Europe (Mapping Festival, Geneva / TodaysArt, The Hague). The light installation Bijlmer Moodwall, located in a passageway in Amsterdam, received a Dutch Design Award for best product in public space.

DiLuzio

 

Raphael DiLuzio

Associate Professor of Design Science / Fine Art at the University of Southern Maine, Portland, Maine

Head of interactive design team, Voices of Design: 25 Years of Architalx

Raphael DiLuzio heads the Design Science lab at the University of Southern Maine. His work focuses on digital, time-based projected paintings, installation and visualization that combine art and technology. Most recently, his works have been exhibited in Belarus, Geneva, Barcelona, Slovenia and Rhode Island.

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