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Nano Haikus

Five interactive typography art pieces, commissioned for Zero@WaveFunction, an art project more popularly known as "Nano." Instructions: Move, click, and drag your mouse while reading the texts. Try clicking and dragging in different places, many times.

Haikus written by Victoria Vesna.

Interactive Buckyballs

The Zerowave Buckyball projection was an interactive environment that allowed users to interact with squishy balls by using their shadow gestures. This piece was commissioned by Victoria Vesna and James Gimzewski. The Zerowave Buckyball Projection is legally represented by and is property of UCLA. For more documentation of this project (video, images, more interactive toys by Josh Nimoy), visit the Zerowave website (2002). The buckyball projection inevitably became the central art piece in Vesna and Gimzewski's art exhibit long after I had moved to New York. The year-long exhibit was entitled "Nano", commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's "LACMA Lab". Screenshots of my software art ended up hanging on banners and billboards across the Los Angeles area. The Los Angeles Times Newspaper responded in their review of the exhibit by asking "Where is the artist?"

Commissioned by Victoria Vesna and James Gimzewski. The Zerowave Buckyball Projection is legally represented by and is property of UCLA.

Josh Nimoy is pushing a buckyball inward by holding his hands in the air and moving them forward.

Josh Nimoy is pushing a buckyball inward by holding his hands in the air and moving them forward.