Watch a video in QuickTime: FMT at MoMA 2008
I am a live-video artist. I create interactive installations and video entertainment for events, concerts, parties. Each construction is unique because the audience gets involved to create the art. This is a recent even I did at the MoMA in New York City. On February 2nd, the museum was closed to the general public and those with family memberships were invited to bring their children and expose them to the greatest art collection of the 20th century.
My installation was set up in the main atrium of the museum. We created a dance floor for children to get moving, I captured them on camera and manipulated their images in real-time to look like oil paintings, chalk drawings, and geometric shapes. The kids quickly discover that the art changes as they move, and they get excited to participate in an art work that pays attention to them, even plays with them!
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