• 7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe
REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  
The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 
"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."
The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.
Thank you Scott for joining 7E!
-Jinna
Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:
  • 7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe
REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  
The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 
"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."
The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.
Thank you Scott for joining 7E!
-Jinna
Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:
  • 7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe
REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  
The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 
"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."
The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.
Thank you Scott for joining 7E!
-Jinna
Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:
  • 7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe
REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  
The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 
"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."
The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.
Thank you Scott for joining 7E!
-Jinna
Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:
  • 7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe
REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  
The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 
"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."
The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.
Thank you Scott for joining 7E!
-Jinna
Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:
  • 7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe
REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  
The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 
"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."
The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.
Thank you Scott for joining 7E!
-Jinna
Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:
  • 7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe
REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  
The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 
"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."
The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.
Thank you Scott for joining 7E!
-Jinna
Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:
  • 7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe
REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  
The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 
"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."
The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.
Thank you Scott for joining 7E!
-Jinna
Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:
  • 7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe
REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  
The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 
"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."
The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.
Thank you Scott for joining 7E!
-Jinna
Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:
  • 7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe
REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  
The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 
"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."
The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.
Thank you Scott for joining 7E!
-Jinna
Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:

7E Guest Director - Scott Snibbe

REWORK_ is an app album that features 11 interactive music visualizers of remixed works inspired by Philip Glass.  

The app features interactive audiovisual remixes by critically acclaimed musicians including Beck, Tyondai Braxton, Amon Tobin, Cornelius, Dan Deacon, Johann Johannsson, Nosaj Thing, Memory Tapes, Silver Alert, My Great Ghost, and Peter Broderick. 

"In addition to the visualizers, the app includes the “Glass Machine” which lets people create music inspired by Philip Glass’ early work by simply sliding two discs around side-by-side, almost like turntables. People can select different instruments – from synthesizer to piano, and generate polyrhythmic counterpoints between the two melodies."

The app was directed by Scott Snibbe, produced by Ahna Girshick, and engineered by Graham McDermott, with music visualizer programming and design by software artist David Wicks.

Thank you Scott for joining 7E!

-Jinna

Be sure to check out the video of Philip Glass playing with REWORK_ on the iPad:

  • 7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin
Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.
Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.
-Terrytwitter.com/7Electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin
Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.
Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.
-Terrytwitter.com/7Electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin
Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.
Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.
-Terrytwitter.com/7Electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin
Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.
Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.
-Terrytwitter.com/7Electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin
Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.
Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.
-Terrytwitter.com/7Electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin
Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.
Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.
-Terrytwitter.com/7Electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin
Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.
Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.
-Terrytwitter.com/7Electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin
Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.
Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.
-Terrytwitter.com/7Electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin
Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.
Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.
-Terrytwitter.com/7Electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin
Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.
Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.
-Terrytwitter.com/7Electrons

7E Guest Artist Dan McPharlin

Inspired by Sci-Fi Illustrators and Artists from days gone by, Dan McPharlin creates surrealistically styled sci-fi illustrations in addition to miniatures and original music. He resides in Australia and is often commissioned for the album cover artwork of various musicians. Dan is also an electronic musician and synthesizer enthusiast with a love for vintage computers to boot. Check out his synthesizer and analog computer papercraft miniatures! Amazing.

Originally, we discovered McPharlin along with Kilian Eng through the Moment’s Lost project. I love sci-fi illustration and synthesizers so I’m ecstatic to be able to show Dan’s work.

-Terry
twitter.com/7Electrons

  • 7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan
Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  
The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.
Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.
  • 7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan
Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  
The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.
Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.
  • 7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan
Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  
The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.
Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.
  • 7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan
Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  
The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.
Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.
  • 7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan
Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  
The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.
Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.
  • 7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan
Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  
The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.
Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.
  • 7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan
Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  
The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.
Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.
  • 7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan
Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  
The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.
Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.
  • 7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan
Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  
The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.
Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.
  • 7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan
Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  
The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.
Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.

7E Guest Artist - Todd Mclellan

Things Come Apart is a collection of photographs by Todd Mclellan who captures the dismantling of mechanical and electronic objects of past and present. Disassembled objects are intricately arranged in a grid-like fashion or photographed in spectacular explosion.  

The engineering and craftsmanship of products are captured in a state of order and disarray. Capturing components laid out in meticulous order allows the viewer to appreciate the enormous design and engineering effort applied to even “ordinary” products.

Check out his slow motion video:

Apart Piano from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.

  • 7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas
The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 
Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.
-terryhttp://twitter.com/7electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas
The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 
Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.
-terryhttp://twitter.com/7electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas
The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 
Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.
-terryhttp://twitter.com/7electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas
The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 
Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.
-terryhttp://twitter.com/7electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas
The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 
Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.
-terryhttp://twitter.com/7electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas
The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 
Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.
-terryhttp://twitter.com/7electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas
The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 
Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.
-terryhttp://twitter.com/7electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas
The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 
Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.
-terryhttp://twitter.com/7electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas
The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 
Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.
-terryhttp://twitter.com/7electrons
  • 7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas
The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 
Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.
-terryhttp://twitter.com/7electrons

7E Guest Artist - Casey Reas

The first time I was exposed to Casey Reas' artwork was through installation art he created for Yeasayer. I was excited to see them perform at FYF in 2012 since they had recently added Cale Parks, one of my favorite drummers, to the lineup. I was wondering who created the triangular installation on stage and much much later found out it was Casey in collaboration with Aranda\Lasch. That discovery led to another realization that I had actually been introduced to his work even earlier by using Processing, the programming environment for visual artists. Casey co-created processing with Ben Fry and it has of course also now been adapted as the default development environment for arduino. 

Learning to code was a necessity to express his art. Casey’s visual work is mostly generative, always interesting and spans a wide range of mediums. Jinna would love to own one of Reas’ pattern dresses shown above. As an engineer I deeply respect an artist who has made such widespread contributions across the union of Art + Engineering. Thanks Casey for joining us on 7E.

-terry
http://twitter.com/7electrons

  • 7E Guest Artist - Jeongmoon Choi
Working primarily with thread as a medium, Jeongmoon Choi is a Korean born artist currently residing in Berlin. She lights her installations with blacklight, giving the intricate thread patterns the appearance of static lasers or beams of light. Jeongmoon also uses thread as a primary medium in framed work substituting it for what more often would be ink or lithography. All of her works are beautifully geometric.
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See more at jeongmoon.deall images © Jeongmoon Choi
  • 7E Guest Artist - Jeongmoon Choi
Working primarily with thread as a medium, Jeongmoon Choi is a Korean born artist currently residing in Berlin. She lights her installations with blacklight, giving the intricate thread patterns the appearance of static lasers or beams of light. Jeongmoon also uses thread as a primary medium in framed work substituting it for what more often would be ink or lithography. All of her works are beautifully geometric.
-7Etwitter.com/7electrons
See more at jeongmoon.deall images © Jeongmoon Choi
  • 7E Guest Artist - Jeongmoon Choi
Working primarily with thread as a medium, Jeongmoon Choi is a Korean born artist currently residing in Berlin. She lights her installations with blacklight, giving the intricate thread patterns the appearance of static lasers or beams of light. Jeongmoon also uses thread as a primary medium in framed work substituting it for what more often would be ink or lithography. All of her works are beautifully geometric.
-7Etwitter.com/7electrons
See more at jeongmoon.deall images © Jeongmoon Choi
  • 7E Guest Artist - Jeongmoon Choi
Working primarily with thread as a medium, Jeongmoon Choi is a Korean born artist currently residing in Berlin. She lights her installations with blacklight, giving the intricate thread patterns the appearance of static lasers or beams of light. Jeongmoon also uses thread as a primary medium in framed work substituting it for what more often would be ink or lithography. All of her works are beautifully geometric.
-7Etwitter.com/7electrons
See more at jeongmoon.deall images © Jeongmoon Choi
  • 7E Guest Artist - Jeongmoon Choi
Working primarily with thread as a medium, Jeongmoon Choi is a Korean born artist currently residing in Berlin. She lights her installations with blacklight, giving the intricate thread patterns the appearance of static lasers or beams of light. Jeongmoon also uses thread as a primary medium in framed work substituting it for what more often would be ink or lithography. All of her works are beautifully geometric.
-7Etwitter.com/7electrons
See more at jeongmoon.deall images © Jeongmoon Choi
  • 7E Guest Artist - Jeongmoon Choi
Working primarily with thread as a medium, Jeongmoon Choi is a Korean born artist currently residing in Berlin. She lights her installations with blacklight, giving the intricate thread patterns the appearance of static lasers or beams of light. Jeongmoon also uses thread as a primary medium in framed work substituting it for what more often would be ink or lithography. All of her works are beautifully geometric.
-7Etwitter.com/7electrons
See more at jeongmoon.deall images © Jeongmoon Choi
  • 7E Guest Artist - Jeongmoon Choi
Working primarily with thread as a medium, Jeongmoon Choi is a Korean born artist currently residing in Berlin. She lights her installations with blacklight, giving the intricate thread patterns the appearance of static lasers or beams of light. Jeongmoon also uses thread as a primary medium in framed work substituting it for what more often would be ink or lithography. All of her works are beautifully geometric.
-7Etwitter.com/7electrons
See more at jeongmoon.deall images © Jeongmoon Choi

7E Guest Artist - Jeongmoon Choi

Working primarily with thread as a medium, Jeongmoon Choi is a Korean born artist currently residing in Berlin. She lights her installations with blacklight, giving the intricate thread patterns the appearance of static lasers or beams of light. Jeongmoon also uses thread as a primary medium in framed work substituting it for what more often would be ink or lithography. All of her works are beautifully geometric.

-7E
twitter.com/7electrons

See more at jeongmoon.de
all images © Jeongmoon Choi

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