Field Notes


Play Everywhere!

Posted by Emily on  June 13, 2020
Category: Uncategorized
Playgrounds might be closed, but we can still play. March 2020: when everything changed in just a week. I had just moved to a temporary rental in Emeryville, California, after leaving our neighborhood of almost a decade across the Bay in San Francisco. Day by day, signs that we were
On Saturday, June 10th, the Universal Silver Platter opened in downtown Oakland. For just one day, we handed people whatever they needed or desired most on a silver platter. FIGMENT   is a participatory art festival that takes place in a few cities across the US. Artists, designers, and entertainers come together
For a few days in October, Market Street got a little friendlier, a little more colorful, and a little more fun. The Play Station was live on the sidewalk, next to a bus stop just down the block from Powell Street. Our team was selected to join the Market Street
This weekend, my team tested concepts for our upcoming installation, “The Play Station SF”, soon to be a temporary part of the Market Street sidewalk in downtown San Francisco. We tested interactive kinetic bike sculptures, this one hand cranked and featuring a MonkeyLight Pro 256-LED wheel installation. We also played with
Site-specific art installations by local artists are now live at “Present Ground”, a collection sited at Hayes Valley Art Works from Oct 1- Nov 5. Visit the site from Fri-Mon 12p-5p at the corner of Fell and Laguna Streets. I spent one very busy week busily prototyping my piece, OPEN/OPEN. From

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