FURTHER PICTURES OF MY THORENS TD160s!
From April 26 to April 29, 2018, I was the Artist-in-Residence at St. Margaret’s Episcopal School in San Juan Capistrano, California. This film documents the interaction of K-12 students with the CUBITS prototype, culminating in the collaborative assembly and disassembly of “Daughter of Boris.” Many thanks to Jesse Standlea, Department Chair of Visual Arts, for organizing this opportunity.
- 0:50 – 1:00: Kindergarten kids (it’s pajama day!) play with CUBITS.
- 1:10 – 1:20: Older students build mini-sculptures, organized into a pop-up exhibition along the right wall.
- 1:50 – 2:35: With the help of several groups of students, I 3D scan a clay sculpture (the dark grey ring), and create CUBITS simulations of it at several different scales.
- 2:40 – 4:27: Over the course of two days, I assemble “Daughter of Boris,” the largest CUBITS human figure that has been created so far.
- 4:52 – 5:54: Sorting and boxing. (Surprisingly fun!)
Marching Cubes Made Physical and Tangible Publication Record
Jackson, Jesse, and Luke Stern. “Pixels in the Material World: Making Marching Cubes.” In Proceedings of the 26th Annual Symposium on Electronic Art. Montreal: ISEA, 2020. Conference proceedings. Forthcoming.
Jackson, Jesse, and Luke Stern. “Marching Cubes Made Physical.” In Recalibration: On Imprecision and Infidelty: Projects Catalog of the 38th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture, edited by Philip Anzalone, Marcella Del Signore, and Andrew John Wit. Mexico City: ACADIA, 2018. 234 – 239. Exhibition catalog.
Jackson, Jesse. “Marching Cubes Made Tangible.” In the Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interactions. Stockholm: Association for Computing Machinery, 2018. 592 – 597. Conference proceedings.
Jackson, Jesse. “Speculative Prototyping: Making Plastic Printing Playful and Sustainable.” In The 3D Additivist Cookbook, edited by Morehshin Allahyari and Daniel Rourke. Chapter. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2016. 51 – 53. Chapter.
Jackson, Jesse, and Luke Stern. “Fabricating Sustainable Concrete Elements: A Physical Instantiation of the Marching Cubes Algorithm.” In Synthetic Digital Ecologies: Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture, edited by Mark Cabrinha, Jason Johnson, and Kyle Steinfeld. San Francisco: ACADIA, 2012. 239 – 247. Conference proceedings.
Jackson, Jesse and Luke Stern. “Automatic/Revisited: Fabricating Sustainable Concrete Elements.” In Crisis as Catalyst: Architecture, Landscape, and Design Annual 2008 – 2009, edited by Nelson Cheng, Ya’el Santopinto, and Shannon Wiley. Toronto: University of Toronto, 2010. 26 – 27. Article.
Jackson, Jesse and Luke Stern. “Automatic/Revisited: Fabricating Sustainable Concrete Elements.” In MAS Context: University Works, edited by Iker Gil and Andrew Clark. Chicago: MAS Studio, 2010. 138 – 141. Visual essay.
Marching Cubes Made Physical and Tangible Exhibition History
Word and Image in Dialogue. Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, January – February, 2020. Installation.
Multiple Contingencies. Open Gallery, OCAD University, Toronto, November 15 – 18, 2018. Part of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Interactive performance.
Beyond Convergence. Stockholm Kulturhuset, Stockholm, March 20, 2018. Part of Twelfth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interactions. Interactive performance.
Marching Cubes 1728. Experimental Media Performance Lab, Irvine, January 7 – 9, 2019. Interactive performance.
Marching Cubes Assembly #28 (Gravity-Inflected Spherical Void). Platform 28 for Art & Architecture, Tehran. May 19 – Jun 9, 2017. Installation.
Marching Cubes: Boris. Patkau Project Space, Vancouver, April 8 – 10, 2017. Interactive performance.
Marching Cubes Assembly #18 (Untitled). Arts Brookfield Grace Building, New York, January 17 – March 10, 2017. Installation.
Marching Cubes. Pari Nadimi Gallery, Toronto, November 17, 2016 – January 14, 2017. Installation.
Marching Cubes. Experimental Media Performance Lab, Irvine, October 20 – 22, 2016. Interactive performance.
Automatic/Revisited. Latitude 44 Gallery, Toronto, January 18 – February 28, 2013. Part of Toronto Design Offsite 2013.
Automatic. Larry Wayne Richards Gallery, Toronto, January 12 – 23, 2009.
90 images of Marie Jackson (1921-2018) on her 90th birthday. October 8, 2011. Prince George, British Columbia.
See also G.G. Marie in B&W.
9 images of Marie Jackson (1921-2018) on her 90th birthday. October 8, 2011. Prince George, British Columbia.
See also G.G. Marie in Colour.