Andrew Wade Smith with David Sullivan and Courtney Egan. Part of the Portland Winter Light Festival, 2016.
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Andrew Wade Smith/ Tin Shop, WAVE festival, 2017, Breckenridge, CO
Thank you Breckenridge Creative Arts.
Andrew at Napa Lighted Arts Festival 2017
From 1998, a gallery environment defined by the non-traditional display of "found" media. Andrew Wade Smith with Gregory John Wildes -16mm film loops projected, and "image blended" on translucent screens and walls -projected slide media -Custom- framed, wall- mounted, multimedia art- objects. -Teeter TV 1.0 featuring kinetic, directional sound with additional, quadraphonic soundscape. Greg Wildes supported the visual movement here with the production of a 90 minute, quadraphonic soundscape as well as with metal fabrication for the framing of six, wall- mounted, mixed- media pieces. I am grateful to Jonathan Ferrara for his support and trust, in allowing us to experiment with different ideas in the gallery over the course of the month. Much learned, much fun! Additionally, this show would not have been possible in full without the generous support of Brad Brewster, Donnie Estopinal and Steve Daffner. - Andrew Wade Smith
Andrew Wade Smith w/ additional creative support from David Sullivan
Thank you Breckenridge Creative Arts, Infocus Corporation
All media display design and content development by Andrew Wade Smith.
Thanks to team Spitball: Joel Jackson, Joel Lesher, Jesse Blanchard, Candace Lapp, Brent Williams, Jonathan Wright.
SxSW Interactive 2014, opening Party
All media display design, technical and creative direction by Andrew Wade Smith
From the Magazine Street Studio, in 1993, the "Teeter- Totem" (precursor to the Teeter TV) is seen here, with it's "Disposable, Beauty School Head" and "Flame- Spitting Alpha- Head. Also here is the "Gyro-Mangle- Cluster- Orb" This spectacle was shot on glorious 8 mm film by Raymond A. Pumilia.
Music here is an excerpt of "happy to Assist" by Andrew, circa 1993. Thanks to John Gray and Lori Ondrick