Techno Art is the synthesis of right and left brain thinking. To me, it represents the combination of my two passions and the culmination of my journey to date. I have recently returned back to MIT in Boston to pursue a degree in Computer Science. My new artwork is a reflection of this next step in my journey.
I wanted to create interactive features that combine my artistic creativity with my love for human machine interfacing. In the past I’ve created machines and vehicles that were controlled entirely from subtle body movements, recording changes in position and converting those into signals that would control motors and movement. My interest in how we interact with technology has been a lifelong interest and I am now channelling that passion into my artwork.
These pieces are a unique interactive display utilizing motion tracking technology with one of the world's most iconic figures. Custom Neon signs cover up parts of the piece and become activated when spectators get too close to the piece obscuring the details. The full image is only visible when viewed from a distance creating a fun and simultaneously infuriating experience.