Tag: Handmade

Game of Life

How do we simplify our lives? Our mind is constantly hovering between past and the future. The memories from the past become our suffering in the present moment. How can we just accept pain and grow out of it? Game of Life will begin with a simple meditation to bring ourselves in the present moment and embark on a philosophical inquiry into the inner workings of our mind. Is it possible to free our mind from the chains of time? Is our mind not really a time machine?

Maybe the answers lie in looking at life like a video game, a simulation with characters, objects, and events, that come and go. Can we converge on an insight that will fundamentally help us learn about the nature of our mind and the life it weaves?

Simulation Hypothesis

Timekeepers presents for the first time an informal conversation between the original creators of this world about their motivation, process, and purpose behind creating Simulations. Join Amay Kataria & Phil Mulliken as they get together for the first time to talk about their practice and their overlapping interests in time, simulations, and synthetic realities.

Signal Boost

Every week The Generator team live streams from our maker space in Reno, NV! We spotlight Reno local art and culture and interview fun folx doing good stuff. Catch us live on Twitch, Youtube & Facebook every Wednesday at 7pm. To learn more about our maker space check out www.therenogenerator.com.

VRBurn: Summer Reburn

Join us this summer in this virtual experience on the digital dusty playa to explore and interact with artwork painted with brushes of light and geometry. Listen to music and meet other virtual world travelers around the fire pit while popping fireworks in the sky. The VRBurn playa is a place for reflection on our experience of the years past and of constructive creative thoughts towards our future. What reflections will you bring with you during this experience of elevation? 

DEVOTION

how to talk about DEVOTION while saying enough and also not saying too much? it’s a conundrum for any piece of work that feels incredibly personal and close to your heart. DEVOTION followed right on the heels of SELF-SATISFACTION and was the first piece that was more linear in nature. i knew when i started that i wanted to play against the freewheeling, do-whatever-you-want nature of SELF-SATISFACTION and really use the work as an act of true devotion—of love on paper. with that mindset, i established a set of rules, a color palette and a system to work within that gave the piece structure but also freedom.

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