The Silent City is an ongoing series of interactive/intermedia experiences created by Lauren Gurgiolo, Wendy Mitchell, and Lindsay Greene. The Silent City II is currently in development and is scheduled for September, 22-24, 2017 at The Museum of Human Achievement in Austin, TX.

Upcoming… September 2017

We’re busily working on our next show, coming in September of 2017. Our 2016 show was a great success, and we are looking forward to phase two. I’m already getting my hands dirty. And sticky. With more resin.

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Thank You

The Silent City: Part I is installed, the performances are over… nothing left to do now except sleep and analyze. Oh– and thank people! We would like to thank the following people and places for their contributions of time, funds, and moral support: Paco Proano – pacoproano.com ABGB (please go support them and drink their […]

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Electronicalness Happening Now

I left a beginning of summer Memorial Day party to meet up with Lindsay and Lauren. They’re messing with all of our sound modules and breadboards and circuits and so forth. Lots of experimentation happening. So far, I know this is happening: Left to left positive, ground to left negative.

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A Sign?

So strange. I was standing on the corner waiting for the light to change, and I looked down and saw this: That’s the same exact piece I was using for my experiments last night. Free LED…

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Perhaps a Projector

I’ve been thinking about the slides, wondering if I could either project them onto the floor or onto the resin from the inside. I tried fashioning a projector out of a tiny single LED flashlight and a magnifying glass and some cardboard, but the light wasn’t strong enough. Either we’d need stronger lights, or I […]

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Resin, Slides, Austin Creative Reuse, the MOHA Ceiling

This weekend, I did some materials research. I am now the proud owner of a box of slow-drying resin, a bunch of plastic mat cutter templates, several rolls of scientific paper, a bottle of blue transparent resin dye, some awesome green wool felt, two packages of olive green envelopes (small and large), several incomplete sets […]

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Where I am now

In our last meeting, Lauren and I were talking about the direction blog is taking. Actually, Lauren was asking, and I was evading. See, I’ve written about a hundred blog entries in my head… and on my Notes app on my phone. But as for publishing them on here? Let’s just say: Nope, not yet. […]

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