Below are ongoing experiments with collaborators, international exhibitions, and works which falls outside of the scope of what might be considered traditional design and data work. This section is intended to be an archive of creative experiments, artistic collaborations, and exhibits. 
Current Experiments | New York City
Jan 2022 - Ongoing
This research is exploring how algorithms "see", and how we might transform synthetic images into physical objects. The goal is both to investigate the explainability of AI, and making physical and wearable objects from synthetic images. 
Here, I explore images found within visual technology patents. The goal is to emphasize patterns which develop within "latent spaces" of the machine learning process, and then thread those synthetic images together and extract them to create physical objects. The output from this research will be looking for a home to exhibit in 2023. Inquiries are welcomed.
Current Experiment
Spiralé (computation Designing)
Jan 2022 - Current​
These are a continuation of computational design experiments, which will be incorporated into a future product and exhibit. 
Het Nieuwe Instituut | Rotterdam, Netherlands
October 30th - November 30th, 2021​​​​​​​
This project entitled "A Eye", was a collaboration with Dovilė Bernadišiūtė and investigated the physicalization and wearability of GANs (Generative Adversarial Networks) in machine learning. Initiated and curated by Current Obsession. The show was entitled "The Farthest From Earth We've Been".
Process + Experimentation included: Machine learning (GANs), 3D modeling, 3D wax printing, Lost wax casting in silver, watercolor, enameling, found objects, glass casting. Credit to Dovilė Bernadišiūtė. To find out more about the final work please visit: Here
Additional Explorations and sketches on the Explainability of AI and Generative Adversarial Networks (GAns).
Process:
Machine learning synthetic images, Rhino 3D model, 3D Printed wax, lost wax casting in precious metal. 
Museum of Arts & Design
New York, NY
March 21, 2019 to July 21, 2019
The "Warped" series was made for a group exhibition in collaboration with, and gratitude to, Swedish-based Lithuanian jeweler and artist Dovilė Bernadišiūtė. Her efforts deserve full credit.
Non-Stick Nostalgia: Y2K Retrofuturism in Contemporary Jewelry highlights the work of twenty-nine international artists who explore the friction between the analog and the digital. Shown at MAD, NYC and curated by Kellie Riggs with the support of MAD Assistant Manager of Curatorial Affairs Angelik Vizcarrondo-Laboy. It was secured for the Museum by Assistant Curator Barbara Paris Gifford. Photography below by Karin Olanders.
Photo by Lee Kuczewski
Pinakothek der Moderne
The Design Museum
Munich, Germany
March 16, 2019 to June 16, 2019
The "Warped" series collaboration was exhibited in Munich, Germany at Pinakothek Der Moderne / The Design Museum, full credit to Swedish-based Lithuanian jeweler and artist Dovilė Bernadišiūtė for the show and the collaboration.  

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