There are just two months left to check out Materials & Applications: Building Something (Beyond) Beautiful, Projects 2002 – 2013 at the University Art Museum. The exhibition runs from January 25 – April 13, 2014.
While you're there, check out MatterApp: Pyramidial (MA:P), the project I worked on with CSULB's DESN 360A students, assistant professor Heather Barker and the UAM. I chronicled the progression of MA:P through the fall semester on the UAM's tumblr but you can also see my photographs (some not shown on the blog) alongside student renderings and prototypes in the exhibition. Plus, I wrote some of the wall text so that's cool, right?
MA:P is slated to be built on campus, behind the pyramid, sometime in the near future so stay tuned for details on that. I'll be there to document it all if I can help it.
On a another note, Traditions Transfigured: The Noh Masks of Bidou Yamaguchi is also on display at the UAM until April 13th.