Mark your calendars! Our annual interactive art show fundraiser is coming up on May 30th and it’s going to be totally ~cyberbananas~. New York’s partiest interactive artists will be showing off their latest explorations into the future, sometimes with robots! Tickets sell out fast, so bump it up to 88 miles per hours and reserve yours today.
Tickets available online or at the door: $15
But wait, there’s more!
Here’s a small sampling of the works in the show:
#drowning by Amelia Winger-Bearskin, Omer Shapira, Eve Weinberg, Alan Schaffer and Alejandro Miguel Justino Crawford Two players face off. Choose the higher trending topic to drown your opponent in data. The more popular your search term is, the faster your opponent’s water will rise. Drown or be drowned.
UPDATE: The #drowning crew sadly couldn’t make it to the Interactive Show, but they do amazing work and you can read about their project on Art Hack Day’s website.
SoulForm by Catt Small
SoulForm is an experimental music game that puts you in control of creating a musical composition. Using the Leap Motion, player(s) can interact with the onscreen interface to construct a song over the span of several minutes.
Whacky Gait by Chris DiMauro and Dmitriy Gayduk
Whacky Gait is a robot that won second place at a regional robotics contest with a way of moving around obstacles with swagger. What will Whacky Gait do at the Interactive Show? Whatever Whacky Gait wants! SWAG.
May 30th, 2015
8:00 PM ET – Late