The Colorado high country with one of America's most visionary artists.
Android's portfolio spans many continents, mediums and subjects. From full-scale projections on the Sydney Opera House and the United Nations Building to intimate portraits of marriage and family Android has fully embraced digital technology to create vibrant, powerful and truly innovative art. Always a step-ahead, currently Android is immersed in virtual reality with his new creative platform MicrodoseVR and the immersive 3D dome experience Samskara.
Android joined the Future Parks Foundation last summer to high alpine lake of Loch Vale. Inspired by the raw beauty Android is currently making a immersive digital art piece based on sketches, panoramic pictues and LiDAR scans of the lake provided by Colordado State University.
Coming Spring of 2018 - Muir Woods National Monument
muir woods national monument - July 2018
Coastal Redwoods are the tallest trees on Earth. Those in Muir Woods near San Francisco are some of the most visited and loved Redwoods in the world. This Summer the Future Parks Foundation will bring several new artists to explore the woods in a whole new way.
Participating Artists includ
Nathan DiPietro received his BFA from Central Washington University in 2003. He is represented in Seattle by Woodside/Braseth Gallery. His work has been reviewed in Art in America, Art LTD, The Seattle Times, and The Stranger. He has been the recipient of a Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, Neddy Artist Award in painting, two Art 4 Culture Special Project Grants, and an Artist Trust GAP Grant.
Oakland-based artist Jon Carling’s work has been described as imperfectly precise, and otherworldly. Childhood imagination haunts his drawings, as they often swing from pure fantasy to dry terror. Working only with pen and pencil (and the occasional spot of color), he weaves creatures and environments that recall 19th century book illustration, while incorporating transcendent and sinister themes.
Sequoia National Park-Fall 2018
Several digital artists will gather around the biggest tree on Earth to create new visions of Sequoia National Park. With an broad focus and many mediums this outdoor digital paint jam with wide ranging outcomes.
Joshua Tree - Winter 2018
Many new digital artists will gather around the biggest tree on Earth and bring new visions to Sequoia National Park. With an open invitation and an improvetue spirit this will be an outdoor digital paint jam with wide ranging outcomes.
Any contribution to the Future Parks Foundation will automatically include the following benefits;
Exclusive invitations to the FPNF digital art event in Sequoia National Park in Fall 2017.
VIP invitations to the Founder's Event in San Francisco in the Winter 2018.
Quarterly updates that include first-release and exclusive media
Invitations to participate in the improvement and beta tests of creative devices and content
Access and use of FPNF catalog