Generative Crowd Sourced Sculpture With Music Performance, is a currently exhibition by Morgan Packard at Devotion Gallery, where the public is invited to participate and create a generative paper sculpture focused in the triangular form.
"Sol LeWitt knew that artists of many diverse types use simple forms to their own ends. Musician and multimedia artist, Morgan Packard believes that simple rules, when allowed to unfold, create the splendor of the world. In Euclidean geometry the simplest non-curved flat shape is the triangle, and the simplest non-curved three-dimensional shape is four triangles connected by their edges—the tetrahedron. In this crowd-sourced artwork the public is invited to create tetrahedrons from recycled office paper and a few pieces of tape while musicians perform. Under Morgan’s direction the participants will attach the vertices of the tetrahedrons to create a constantly expanding sculpture, filling the gallery with a geometric wonderland intersected by sonic vibrations." See more;
Morgan Packard is a musician, computer programmer and multimedia artist. As a musician he has travelled and performed in lots of interesting places, with highlights including Montreal’s Mutek festival, Serbia’s Dis-Patch, and Brooklyn’s own Bunker party.
Saturday, August 6th: Sculpture construction from 2PM to 9PM. Live ambient performance by RJ Valeo from 7PM to 9PM
Sunday, August 7th: Sculpture construction from 2PM to 9PM. Live Ambient set by Ezekiel Honig from 5PM to 7PM
Monday August 8th: Sculpture construction and sound from 7PM to 9PM. Live ultra-subliminal techno by Scott Vizioli
Tuesday August 9th: Sculpture construction and sound from 7PM to 9PM. Live organic electronic sounds by David Last
Wednesday August 10th: Sculpture construction and sound from 7PM to 9PM. Sound design by Brandon Wolcott (recorded)
Thursday August 11th: Sculpture construction and sound from 7PM to 9PM. Sound design by Kenneth Kirschner (recorded)
Friday August 12: Opening for completed work from 7PM to 10PM. Generative audio by Morgan Packard