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My department at MICA (The Maryland Institute College of Art), Interaction Design and Art, recently had a competition to design a shirt for the major.

The ring in the design was created in processing. My original design was a little bit more intricate and had four colors, but I think it still looks pretty good. If you want a free shirt, just come to mica and join our department.

Maryland Institute College of Art, Interaction Design shirt

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Two pieces of mine are currently on display in exhibitions at MICA.

WikiWeb, a piece I created about a year ago is part of an exhibition of interactive work, Sight Sound Interaction (SSI4). The show is curated annually by Jason Slaon and is in the Rosenberg gallery on the second floor of the Brown Center. The project itself is an interactive map of Wikipedia. Pages on the site are represented by small points and links are are drawn as lines connecting pages. Any point can be expanded to show all the pages it links to. You can interact with a working version of the project on the project site or swing by the exhibition to see it and some other works.


The Juried Undergrad Exhibition is another annual show which features a wide range of work from students at MICA. This year I submitted a print from my ribbons piece. It’s exciting to see my work printed on a larger scale, about 36″x24″. To get the image for the print I added a bit of code to save the drawing as vector objects which can then be redrawn and exported as a PDF. The exhibition is in the Meyerhoff and Decker galleries on the first floor of the Fox building.


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