In Spring, 2014, Metaversal Labs (Reilly Donovan and Joseph Gray) will be on campus doing research, leading workshops, and working with the Pendleton House members and other Cornish students on projects involving projection mapping and interactivity.
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Joseph Gray is a Seattle based artist and designer. He has taught workshops at 911 Media Arts Center, Cornish College of the Arts, and Metrix Create Space on Processing and Arduino. Joseph earned a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts in 1999, focusing in video and sculpture. Since then he has worked with digital art and design practices for both artistic projects and commercial design applications. He began learning programming working in the graphic design industry, which quickly led to creating custom software and hardware tools for art installations and visual performances. His sculptural and performance work has been exhibited at Unit B Gallery in San Antonio, TX; Meridian Gallery and The Lab in San Francisco, CA and a multitude of venues in the Pacific Northwest including 911 Media Arts Center, Bumbershoot and the Seattle Art Museum Gallery. A portfolio of his work can be found at http://grauwald.com/.
Reilly Donovan is a Seattle based digital media artist with extensive experience in the creative conception, development, management and delivery of national and international contemporary art installations involving new media technologies. For the past three years, he has worked extensively for video artist Gary Hill, installing works at: the Barbara Gladstone Gallery in New York; Donald Young Gallery in Chicago; Henry Art Gallery in Seattle; Marco Museum in Vigo, Spain; LaBorel Museum of Contemporary Art in Gijon, Spain; Gallery DNA in Berlin, Germany; Gallery In Situ in Paris, France; San Diego Library in San Diego; Les Abattoirs in Mas d'Azil, France; Opera de Lyon in Lyon, France; and the Edinburg International Festival at the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland. He has also worked commercially, providing high quality creative digital content for Microsoft Mediaroom, Windows Media Center, and Microsoft Zune. He currently lives in Seattle, WA where he continues to reveal new ways of contextualizing emerging technologies.