If tech leads to anxiety more often than serenity, the VR Live Mandala Experience may alter your state of mind. But you’ll need to dash to Allapattah Tuesday to partake.
Hands in the controls, VR headset strapped on, you’re ready to climb the Himalayas and enter the Temple of the Tilting Buddha.
Marchak said she was one of about 70 businesses that had to rush out of the decades-old building at 168 Southeast 1st Street in downtown Miami.
An unsafe structures notice was posted on the front door a few days later and a police officer was in the lobby Friday as tenants took out some of their belongings and furniture.
“They made it seem like we were going through what Surfside went through and it will collapse on us,” said tenant Diliana Alexander.
Media Festival #07
Sound Sketches is a series of interactive, playful explorations that invite viewers to engage with the works by making sound.
“Screamsplode” It’s 2020 – you know what to do.
“Sound Boards” Volume matters.
“Orange Slice” Aesthetic AND kinetic.
CREATED BY: Nick Hardeman
Nick Hardeman is a visual artist and programmer born, raised and currently living in Miami, FL. He is a graduate of the MFA Design+Technology program at Parsons The New School for Design. Nick’s work blends his love for making physical marks with dynamic, interactive digital landscapes that provoke curiosity and encourage play. Nick’s work ranges from immersive full body installations, physics based music visualizers to algorithmically controlled drawing machines.
He contributes to open source coding toolkits such as OpenFrameworks that are designed to assist artists.
Professionally, he is the Minister of Interactive Art at Design I/O, a small studio focused on creating immersive interactive installations.