Office Hours: Paul Myoda on Kinetic, Interactive, Illuminating Sculpture
10 am – 12 pm, Contemporary Art Gallery
Part of Locally Made’s One Room.
During Office Hours, artists, designers, experts, and brainiacs take the doors off of their offices and studios. Stop by for conversation or advice.
Demonstrations on a number of interactive circuits which I commonly use in my illuminating, interactive kinetic sculptures. (conversations and/or demos with 3D design & printing, physical computing and high-power LEDs) — Paul Myoda
Free with museum admission.
Paul Myoda is a sculptor based in the woods of Chepachet, Rhode Island. Myoda is inspired by the underlying logic and mathematical principles of the natural world and applies them to his work with new media, technology and industrial materials. The result is compositions of light, motion, and form that find a balance and a beauty between the organic and the built. Regularly exhibited both nationally and internationally, his sculptures and installations are known for their elegance and their expression of organic forces through artificial materials and systems.