Entries by Ann

Amulets for Introverts

Amulets For Introverts are single egg-shaped objects each made by machine, hand, and nature – all designed to give shy people social super powers. Some of them even include smaller objects trapped inside: freshwater pearls, seeds and even the artist’s own baby teeth. Given a set P := {p1, …, pn} of sites, a Voronoi Tessellation is a subdivision of the […]

Shark Tank Approved

  Producer Taylor Dunn invited me to ABC studios  to give a short one-minute pitch about my technology consulting business to Barbara Corcoran and Robert Herjavec from Shark Tank. This was part of a Good Morning America segment about communicating the value of what you do– ostensibly to get a raise.  I was delighted to get an enthusiastic […]

3D Print Management for Success

You just got a 3D printer! (Now what!?) 3D printers (rapid prototyping systems) are an amazing tool for your maker-space, school, non-profit or atelier.  But after you get a single machine, or a suite, who is going to manage it?  How will you make sure that it gets used in a meaningful way? How can […]

Rare Object Hologram

3D animated holographic illusions display the results of  interviews conducted on the sidewalks of Newark.  Part of Case Studies, on view at Gallery Aferro, Curated by Evonne M. Davis.

Reconstructed History

At a panel discussion for the Taplin Gallery exhibition Reconstructed History  a unique conversation occurred focusing on decommissioned spaces and objects, the transferred gaze, layers, landscape interiors as mental spaces and site-specific social history.  Basically, all of my favorite things.

AUP project, E-Flux, Art Basel

Agency of Unrealized Projects Unlike unrealized architectural projects, which are frequently exhibited and circulated, unrealized artworks tend to remain unnoticed or little known. But perhaps there is another form of artistic agency in the partial expression, the incomplete idea, the projection of a mere intention? Agency of Unrealized Projects (AUP) seeks to document and display […]

Due North

There are often subtle indicators in our landscape which can be interpreted to reveal what divides or unifies us. In the series Due North, I reflect on my time as an artist in residence at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin home in Wisconsin. While there I found myself a part of two communities at odds with […]