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Setup is scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday July 13 and 14 from 3-9p

The show begins at 4p on Saturday July 16th.


our involvement in events can fall on a spectrum. anything from an installed work, custom project, performance, class, or workshop.


we are discussing what crash members are interested in for the next events: create:fixate and twentywonder.


Please contribute ideas/projects below!


PROJECTS (prioritized by ease, commitment, theme, fun)


- levitating water fountain - steve

How often do you get to see water defying gravity?


- Project Focus - daryll

Moving objects are a blur. The only things in focus are those that are still.


- Store Front Music - carlyn

It's a busy day; you're in a hurry and in your own world. Suddenly, a crazy drumming beat is in the air, you stop, the music stops. You move, the music starts up again. What's going on, you wonder. Then you notice the keyboard chalked sidewalk you're standing on. Each step on the keyboard draws a musical plunk from the store front. The instruments are hanging pots, cans and bottles, being struck by drum stick rods on an electrical contraption. You are triggering the music to play with your movement.


- lunchbox laser light show - chris

Turn a lunchbox into a portable laser light show.



- wiimote/projection something something - james?

- balloon furniture (jenny/???)

- neural feedback (chandra/Neuroscience Group)

- selling digital domino

- blend-ominoes

- voice-ominoes

- Meg's MirrorBox

- makerbot

- interaction zone

- an enchanted tree

- time lapse

- laser tagging

- cram all of the above into an unfolding wunderkabinet of crashtastic things

- portable Crashspace

- soldering class

- hovering canopy

- outside glasses

- stair sensors for store front music


RESOURCES (folks that have interest):

 - me

 - carlyn

 - jenny

 - theron

 - chandra

 - mike

 - racheal

 - lama summer (for consultation)

 - james (for wiimote)

 - you? (im sure i missed some folks as i was woefully unprepared to talk through this last night)




Stop : Pause : Now

Sometimes, you’ve got to take a moment, with all that’s whizzing by;
news, information, your family, friends. The noise level rises and it
becomes anever-increasing challenge to just be, much less Be Present.
So take a moment. Let go of that angst about the past and your worries
about the future. Give your undivided attention to what’s going on
right in front of you. Pause. Center. Focus. And when you’re ready,
Take Action. Find your way to Now and make it happen! We will see you



Create:Fixate is taking place at lot 613. You can see the entire layout here. We have many choices depending on how spread out we want to get. I've tentatively commited to putting "something interactive" in the LOUNGE AREA. The walls will need to be free as well as a 3 foot walkway for people and lighting. The space comes w 3 couches and a coffee table. Those can be removed.





We shall not cease from exploration and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time- TS Elliot


Your vision will become clear only when you look into your own heart. Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside, awakes. - Carl Jung


Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That's why we call it "The Present."- Eleanor Roosevelt


If you cannot stop worrying over something in the past or what might happen in the future, shift your focus to the inhalation and exhalation of your breath. -HH. 14th Dalai Lama


Of course we have to have one from the big dude himself-  The secret of health for both mind and body is not to morun for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly. - Siddhartha Gautama



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