Memory—full of holes. The laser cutter would have burned the felt at any higher power, so each shape gets hand-cut after the burn.
A contribution to LabSynthE’s Genealogy of Michel Foucault giant participatory quilt block for the NAMES foundation later this year.
Let’s Do the Time Warp Again (detail)
Named Participants, An Archive of Unnamed Women, Workshop, International Gender and Sexuality Studies Conference, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, October 4, 2019
A Lover, Inverted, DF 2019
A Lover, Inverted installed at Digital Frontiers, UT Austin, September 26-8, 2019
CFP: An Imagined Genealogy of Michel Foucault, https://labs.utdallas.edu/labsynthe/foucault
David and Philip participate in Syntonic Refuge
Syntonic Refuge by LabSynthE for Holocaust Remembrance Day presented by the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies at UTD
LabSynthE in the home stretch for Syntonic Refuge, to debut at the Ackerman Center’s Holocaust Remembrance Day on May 2nd in the Edith O’Donnell Arts & Technology building at UT Dallas