My Chinook had some folding transforming bed apparatus that didn't work very well. Cushions had been lost in Hurricane Sandy and I had rebuilt parts of it to make it half way functional, but it still required two people to operate. I wanted a system that would slide out. I … Continue Reading ››
They've got the right idea. All the hype surrounding 3d printing was defiantly an under-realized dream. I like the Facebook analogy. Facebook would have been completely possible at the advent of the internet. It's just glorified email and it wasn't beyond our physical capacity at the time. It took us … Continue Reading ››
This installation at Body Actualized Center eventually culminated into an event for Bushwick Open Studios 2014. Jon Shapiro of Data Garden joined forces with TetraHouse to produce an immersive audio installation. Sensors were attached to plants that converted minute electrical signals within the plants into dynamic and eerie sounds. The … Continue Reading ››
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Here's an interesting read about the drive towards privatization. This is a centralization of power that threatens the end-user's ability to control and ethically inform the use of infrastructure. For example, the … Continue Reading ››
My 1982 Toyota Chinook needed a kitchen...
It's been a life long goal of mine to design a CNC fabricable kitchenette. I think that core infrastructure starts in the home. If you were kicked out of civilization a kitchen would be one of your first and most frequently utilized tools. Its … Continue Reading ››
Flux Factory is a DIY art space in Long Island City where fairly legit academic types are creating that environment outside the academy. They operate as an international hub for people interested in art, social practice, and often radical and/or gender politics. This TetraHouse installation was for a Flux residency … Continue Reading ››