Installation view,   I Want To Believe   (Saint Mary's College Galleries), 2017.  The textile + video series,   Object-Oriented Fortune Telling  . 

Installation view, I Want To Believe (Saint Mary's College Galleries), 2017.  The textile + video series, Object-Oriented Fortune Telling

 Installation view,   I Want To Believe  , 2017.    Object-Oriented Fortune Telling   series and   Transmogrification Station   sound sculpture.

Installation view, I Want To Believe, 2017.  Object-Oriented Fortune Telling series and Transmogrification Station sound sculpture.

  Transmogrification Station , 2017.  Table, speakers, Arduino microcontroller, 40 RFID cards, RFID trigger, audio mixer, quilted game board.

Transmogrification Station, 2017.  Table, speakers, Arduino microcontroller, 40 RFID cards, RFID trigger, audio mixer, quilted game board.

   Transmogrification Station   sound sculpture, 2017.  Participants can randomly pick 1 of 40 'magic cards.' Waving the card over the game board triggers a unique sound.  Sounds re-locate the user to another location, transmogrifying the gallery space.

Transmogrification Station sound sculpture, 2017.  Participants can randomly pick 1 of 40 'magic cards.' Waving the card over the game board triggers a unique sound.  Sounds re-locate the user to another location, transmogrifying the gallery space.

An inside peek at the technology behind Transmogrification Station sound sculpture.

   The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling)  , 2017. Cotton, screenprint on muslin. Reverse applique and applique techniques.  18 in. x 22 in.  For this series, I used improv quilting techniques (having no pre-plan for the composition, but working in the moment).  I then used Lenormand Cartomancy (a card-based fortune telling game) to reveal each object's "hidden nature."  OOFortune Telling sessions were documented as a   YouTube video series  .

The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017. Cotton, screenprint on muslin. Reverse applique and applique techniques.  18 in. x 22 in.

For this series, I used improv quilting techniques (having no pre-plan for the composition, but working in the moment).  I then used Lenormand Cartomancy (a card-based fortune telling game) to reveal each object's "hidden nature."  OOFortune Telling sessions were documented as a YouTube video series.

The Deceitful Object (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling) video reading, 2017.

   The Patient and Wise Object (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling)  , 2017.  Fabric scraps, recycled fabric, denim, hand-dyed fabric.  Applique and free motion quilting techniques.  30 in. x 36 in.    

The Patient and Wise Object (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017.  Fabric scraps, recycled fabric, denim, hand-dyed fabric.  Applique and free motion quilting techniques.  30 in. x 36 in. 

 

   The Charming Object (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling)  , 2017. Denim, screenprint on muslin. Reverse applique technique.  36 in. x 36 in.

The Charming Object (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017. Denim, screenprint on muslin. Reverse applique technique.  36 in. x 36 in.

The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017.
The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017.

The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017. Recycled fabrics, hand-dyed cotton. Sashiko quilting, applique and utility quilting techniques. 24 in. x 28 in. 

The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), video reading, 2017.

 Installation view,   I Want To Believe   (Saint Mary's College Galleries), 2017.  The textile + video series,   Object-Oriented Fortune Telling  . 
 Installation view,   I Want To Believe  , 2017.    Object-Oriented Fortune Telling   series and   Transmogrification Station   sound sculpture.
  Transmogrification Station , 2017.  Table, speakers, Arduino microcontroller, 40 RFID cards, RFID trigger, audio mixer, quilted game board.
   Transmogrification Station   sound sculpture, 2017.  Participants can randomly pick 1 of 40 'magic cards.' Waving the card over the game board triggers a unique sound.  Sounds re-locate the user to another location, transmogrifying the gallery space.
 An inside peek at the technology behind   Transmogrification Station   sound sculpture.
   The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling)  , 2017. Cotton, screenprint on muslin. Reverse applique and applique techniques.  18 in. x 22 in.  For this series, I used improv quilting techniques (having no pre-plan for the composition, but working in the moment).  I then used Lenormand Cartomancy (a card-based fortune telling game) to reveal each object's "hidden nature."  OOFortune Telling sessions were documented as a   YouTube video series  .
   The Deceitful Object   (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling) video reading, 2017.
   The Patient and Wise Object (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling)  , 2017.  Fabric scraps, recycled fabric, denim, hand-dyed fabric.  Applique and free motion quilting techniques.  30 in. x 36 in.    
   The Charming Object (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling)  , 2017. Denim, screenprint on muslin. Reverse applique technique.  36 in. x 36 in.
The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017.
   The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling)  , video reading, 2017.

Installation view, I Want To Believe (Saint Mary's College Galleries), 2017.  The textile + video series, Object-Oriented Fortune Telling

Installation view, I Want To Believe, 2017.  Object-Oriented Fortune Telling series and Transmogrification Station sound sculpture.

Transmogrification Station, 2017.  Table, speakers, Arduino microcontroller, 40 RFID cards, RFID trigger, audio mixer, quilted game board.

Transmogrification Station sound sculpture, 2017.  Participants can randomly pick 1 of 40 'magic cards.' Waving the card over the game board triggers a unique sound.  Sounds re-locate the user to another location, transmogrifying the gallery space.

An inside peek at the technology behind Transmogrification Station sound sculpture.

The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017. Cotton, screenprint on muslin. Reverse applique and applique techniques.  18 in. x 22 in.

For this series, I used improv quilting techniques (having no pre-plan for the composition, but working in the moment).  I then used Lenormand Cartomancy (a card-based fortune telling game) to reveal each object's "hidden nature."  OOFortune Telling sessions were documented as a YouTube video series.

The Deceitful Object (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling) video reading, 2017.

The Patient and Wise Object (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017.  Fabric scraps, recycled fabric, denim, hand-dyed fabric.  Applique and free motion quilting techniques.  30 in. x 36 in. 

 

The Charming Object (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017. Denim, screenprint on muslin. Reverse applique technique.  36 in. x 36 in.

The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017.

The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), 2017. Recycled fabrics, hand-dyed cotton. Sashiko quilting, applique and utility quilting techniques. 24 in. x 28 in. 

The Object of Accidents (Object-Oriented Fortune Telling), video reading, 2017.

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