Emi Nishiwaki cuts short clips of live performances that cannot be recreated (singular characteristics) using video and photography as a means to capture and reproduce them (producible characteristics). She then transforms these images into an installation, so that the audience can experience the 'singular characteristics' at that specific place and time.
Flux Factory’s resident mad scientist, Brian Matthews assembles out of metal, rubber, and electricity what his imagination designs or his mind instantly recognizes as the most absurd solution. He has a Mechanical Engineering Degree from Ohio University and won 1st place in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Undergraduate Design Competition in 2000. Brian has worked as a technical director, lighting coordinator, engineer, artist, and builder of mechanical horses, floating tea parties and pie launchers. A regular member of the Madagascar Institute, Brian presently works as Assistant Lighting and LED Lighting engineer for the TV show The Apprentice.
his work can be seen here