interactive wood machines
Bernie Lubell As visitors work together to animate the mechanisms, they create a theatre for themselves and each other. By encouraging participation, and touch the pieces coax visitors to engage their bodies as well as their minds. The way that pieces move and feel and sound as you rock them, pedal, crank and press against them applies the kinesthetic comprehension's of childhood to the tasks of philosophy.

Upcoming Shows --
- "Theory of Entanglement" will be part of "Contraptions: Rediscovering California Jewish Artists"
    This will be the American premiere of "Theory of Entanglement"
22 Feb - 29 July

- "Aspirations" will have an experimental run at the Exploratorium Tinkering Studio -- 28 March - 8 April
     This Interactive inflatable encourages visitors to float on air as they decide with each other who will be buoyed up, who will be let down or how they can live together in equilibrium.
    "Aspirations" is supported by a grant from the San Francisco Arts Commission

Recently --
- "Somewhat in Doubt"
-- The culmination of my residency with Autodesk -- Ended in Nov 2015

- "Up in the Air" -- a solo show at Southern Exposure Gallery -- Closed in June 2015
- "Why Can't the First Part of the Second Party be the Second Part of the First Party?" -- a solo show at The Intersection for the Arts -- Closed June 2014
- "Party of the First Part" was in the Exit/Via Festivals in France in 2012

- 45 short Videos at Vimeo
- and a Channel on YouTube
- my Autodesk talk, 23 Feb 2016
- A talk at UC Berkeley For LASER, Feb, 2014
...and Show Archives from Ars Electronica, FACT, v2, Exit/Via, and SJICA
website partly updated January 2018