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3rd Ward

Exhibition Detail
Groundbreaking Interactive Physical Structures
195 Morgan Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11237


August 2nd, 2012 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
 
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EVENT TYPE:  
Lecture
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8a – 12a M – F, 9a – 12a Sa & Su
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Join us for a lecture with Bill Washabaugh, who has masterfully blended engineering, science, sculpture, and music. His design background includes flight control software for Boeing, musical instruments for Bjork, and a massive stage show for U2. 


Member Price
 $15
Non Member Price : $20

Bill is the founder of Hypersonic Engineering & Design, a firm in NYC working at the intersection of technology and art. From 1999-2005, Bill worked as a Senior Design Engineer at Genie Industries in Redmond, WA designing large machines and robotic systems. Since 2005 Bill has been consulting on Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering projects in New York City, Seattle, Boston, Paris, and Dublin. His recent work was on the San Jose, CA Climate Clock Initiative, where he helped create the Organograph, a clock-like system of interconnecting exhibit orbs, liquid flows, and mechanical movement that illustrates the dynamic equilibrium of energy and mass flow in the biosphere. It is an ever-changing, participatory sculpture that invites the public to observe and respond to the processes of climate change. Bill holds a degree in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Minnesota.


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