Site Specific Media Reel, 2017

All content development, projection and display design shown here was under the creative and technical direction of Andrew Wade Smith

Substation Transformation

Andrew Wade Smith with David Sullivan and Courtney Egan. Part of the Portland Winter Light Festival, 2016


Geo- Dome Video Mapping

SBM Lovejoy studio

Creative and technical direction, content development and video mapping by Andrew Wade Smith. Production and coordination by Spitball Media in association with Dome Guys International. Further creative and technical support from Brent Williams

All media display design and content development by Andrew Wade Smith. 

Featured here: Hotrod Projectors, Plantjectors, 16mm film loops, Video Augmented Mixed-media collage and the Teeter TV 3.0.

Thanks to team Spitball: Joel Jackson, Joel Lesher, Jesse Blanchard, Candace Lapp, Brent Williams, Jonathan Wright. Sound with Laurie Shefsky


Live mix at What the Fest, 2015

Television Facade Assemblage

Andrew Wade Smith at Good Gallery, Portland, OR, with creative support from Ryan Olson and Brent Williams. Thank you Scott Foster

Andrew Wade Smith with display design and fabrication by Jessey Zepeda


PAM / Sunken Ballroom

Beloved Festival stage

Inspire Truth, New Years Eve at the Portland Art Museum for Beloved Presents

Creative and technical direction, screen fabrication and media development, video mapping by Andrew Wade Smith. Original screen design by Arun—  Gratitude to Elliot Rasenick, Ryan Hamilton, and all of the Beloveds


Brain Device

Media Installation from last century

From last century (September, 1999) this was a collaborative installation with Gregory J. Wildes at Johnathan Ferrara gallery in New Orleans. It features the original kinetic video sculpture, the ‘teeter TV’ with it’s oscillating, directional sound, and accompanying ‘iffy-sync’ quadraphonic soundtrack. Also here are ‘image- blended, 16mm film loop projections’  ‘sculptural slide- media’ projections, as well as custom framed, multimedia works.

This was a quick, improvisational party- stunt. Thanks, Teo!