Back from the Museum of Curiosities exhibition! It went very well, and I met lots of interesting folks. I finally got to meet Todd Thille (an associate of Duncan Laurie) who stopped by after a VJ gig in San Francisco, and had some interesting shop talk with other the other Artists and Makers. I have to say this about the Steampunk community – people are really friendly and there’s a lot of camaraderie, and every artist I met was really open about sharing their work.
So… after the jump are photos I took of my installation. Thanks to everyone who helped me make it happen, and greetings to folks who are visiting the blog after getting my contact info at the convention.
From left to right: Precision Radionic Tuning Array, Aetheric Shield Generator, Eloptic Emanation Electrodes, Hieronymus Radionic Analyzer, Octagon Loop Antenna, Reflexophone 2.0 with Well and Pad, Aetherial Wave Photonic Pump.
More photos of various views:
That sure is purty! Are you sure you don’t have a Jules Verne Time Machine in there somewhere?
The thing I keep thinking is that in the hands of a good practitioner, those machines could really sing! Yes, it does represent the hopes and dreams of another era. But some of those aspirations actually did happen. Just not so most people would ever understand (or care).
Steampunk and history are served well. But there is some magick there as well. You are aptly named. Aetheric Arts.
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Your stuff looks really really nice.
Absolutely fabulous! Congratulations. Thank you for sharing as always.
Well said Ruben1.