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Gray Area Showcase Spring 2020

Gray Area Incubator & Immersive Artists Opened June 25th, 2020 View 3D Gallery Donate to Gray Area
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Artworks in this room:

DAY still

Jim Brashear

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DAY still

Gray Area Artist Showcase

Gray Area Artist Showcase

Gray Area Artist Showcase

Gray Area Artist Showcase

Worldbuilding Workshop

3d augmented reality workshop
Worldbuilding Workshop

Time is Meaningless When Space Collapses

Stevepi
Time is Meaningless When Space Collapses

Day: A Memorial

Jim Brashear
Day: A Memorial

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A Handful Of Dust

Kevin Peter He

A Handful of Dust is an interactive illustrated story exploring concepts related to uncertainty and safety. The fictional narrative interrogates the creation of safety experienced by an individual and the will to give up the familiar for the unknown in the face of growth.

Hidden Empathy

Ayse Demir

“Hidden Empathy” is an audio visual meditation that uses procedural graphics and post-processing to explore the deeper connection with the known (nature) and the unknown (pure abstract). It intends the audience to ease into the expansive experience of not knowing.

Hidden Empathy

Patch Pulse: Xyla & Somni

DAY title card

Jim Brashear

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DAY title card

Place II

Kaii Tu

The curious kettle remembers where it was born. It pours light - initially a nebulous cloud. But the higher the kettle is, the flow of light starts to follow the topographic contours of its place of birth.

Place I

Kaii Tu

Take a tour through metabolically generated architecture. Fragments of homes and work places from across three continents, paired with audio recorded from those sites.

Place I

Place I

Kaii Tu

Take a tour through metabolically generated architecture. Fragments of homes and work places from across three continents, paired with audio recorded from those sites. A WebVR experience.

Place I

Kaii Tu

Take a tour through metabolically generated architecture. Fragments of homes and work places from across three continents, paired with audio recorded from those sites. A WebVR experience.

Place I

Place Series

Kaii Tu

A series in progress of thoughts on place.

Place Series

Place II

Kaii Tu

The curious kettle remembers where it was born. It pours light - initially a nebulous cloud. But the higher the kettle is, the flow of light starts to follow the topographic contours of its place of birth.

Place II

Place II

Kaii Tu

The curious kettle remembers where it was born. It pours light - initially a nebulous cloud. But the higher the kettle is, the flow of light starts to follow the topographic contours of its place of birth.

While We're Here

Ed Terry
While We're Here

Time is Meaningless When Space Collapses

Stevepi

Paris

Unattainable Landscapes

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Jim Brashear

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About A Handful Of Dust

Kevin Peter He

A Handful of Dust is an interactive illustrated story exploring concepts related to uncertainty and safety. The fictional narrative interrogates the establishment of safety and calls to attention the moments when people are called to give up comfort for the unknown in the face of growth.

About A Handful Of Dust

About A Handful Of Dust

Kevin Peter He

A Handful of Dust is an interactive illustrated story exploring concepts related to uncertainty and safety. The fictional narrative interrogates the establishment of safety and calls to attention the moments when people are called to give up comfort for the unknown in the face of growth.

About A Handful Of Dust

About The Artist

Kevin Peter He

Kevin Peter He is an interdisciplinary storyteller at the intersection of critical theory, technology, and culture. He is passionate about exploring issues around identity and safety in the context of technology through connecting digital and physical mediums. Kevin is also an incoming masters student at NYU’s ITP program.

About The Artist

Terra Infirma: Hospital Room for Someone Who Can Never Go Home Again

Ella Ordona

Inspired by a phrase that the artist’s father said during his last days in the hospital, Terra Infirma re-imagines a hospital room with surreal and organic touches, and invites interaction through audio and point-and-click mechanics. By incorporating concepts of geopsychology and ritual, Terra Infirma examines the shortcomings of the healthcare industry related to immigrant and first-generation care and asks us to evaluate what it means to be cared for and listened to far away from home.

Graciella

Graciella

Gray Area - Grand Theater

Gray Area - Grand Theater

Here/There

Esther Jan

Here/There is an experimental interactive installation, exploring what “hometown” means and how it shapes the way one perceives the world. Drawing from the artist’s memory of her hometown - Taipei, and her personal discoveries in this foreign city, San Francisco, Here/There depicts a new cityscape that weaves the two cities together, when memories and city lines blur. Viewers can directly interact with the painting by touching elements on the canvas to discover stories tucked beneath them. In the process of mixing distinct differences in architecture, windows, weather, language of the two cities together, the boundaries blur and memories intertwine. Where exactly did the memories come from? Where exactly is “here”, and where exactly is “there”?

Here/There

Here/There

Esther Jan

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Creative Code Immersive

Creative Code Immersive

Naut Humon

Naut Humon

While We're Here

Ed Terry
While We're Here