2015 Artists

Artists of  The PASEO 2015

The second PASEO festival happened on September 25 and 26, 2015. The 30 installations were conceived and produced by 70 artists. Sixteen of the installations were by artists living in New Mexico, 5 of those from within Taos County. Four artists were international in origin—from Brazil, Berlin, and Japan.

The PASEO 2015 artists:

CHiKA Iijima (New York NY) presented an Interactive LED light/sound installation for The PASEO 2015.
CHiKA Iijima (New York NY) presented an
Interactive LED light/sound installation for The PASEO 2015.

AudioPixel, Boulder CO
Interactive water/light/sound installation by artists Erin O’Brien, Hepp Maccoy & Aaron Wilson

Axle Contemporary, Santa Fe NM
Jamark, by video pioneers Steina & Woody Vasulka

Sabrina Barrios, Brooklyn NY
How to Build a Portal for a Hidden Dimension, an environment created with 3D drawings

Digital Design & Fabrication Program, Lubbock TX
Three projects exploring digital craft by students at the College of Architecture, Texas Tech University

Kyle Evans, Dallas TX
De/Rastra a performance using analog video digitally reactivated

Flinching Eye Collective, Arvada CO
Ideophonetic, a performance piece blending sound, space, audience by artists Max Bernstein, Adán De La Garza, Scott Ferguson, Tobias Fike, Ryan Wade, Ruehlen, Benjamin Gale-Schreck, Matthew Weedman

Nettrice Gaskin, Roxbury MA
The Virtual Sounding Space, interactive sound projections played by the audience

Abbey Hepner, Albuquerque NM
Nuclear Illuminations uses biological lights activated by Twitter feed

In 2015, Amber Imrie-Situnayake (Oakland CA) presented "Hum," an installation with fiber, LEDs and sound/
In 2015, Amber Imrie-Situnayake (Oakland CA) presented “Hum,” an installation with fiber, LEDs and sound/

CHiKA Iijima, New York NY
Interactive LED light/sound installation

Amber Imrie-Situnayake, Oakland CA
Hum, an installation with fiber, LEDs and sound

Todd Lynch & Nikki Gardner, Haydenville MA
Taos Weirs, an installation using organic Taos-specific materials and digital projection

Michelle Montjoy, Oceanside CA
So Many Hours in the Day, an interactive environment built by viewers

Jan Nelson, Taos NM
Moonlighting, a light installation

Ruben Olguin, Albuquerque NM
Sonic Decay, a site-specific sound installation

Andrea Polli, Albuquerque NM
Solar Powered Village, a conversation about the future of energy

Vanessa Ramos-Velasquez & Derek Holzer, Berlin
A•Live, a video and sound installation

Christina Sporrong's "Tarantula" was situated at the end of Civic Plaza Drive during The PASEO 2015
Christina Sporrong’s “Tarantula” was situated at the end of Civic Plaza Drive during The PASEO 2015

Scott Randolph, Questa NM
It’s the Earth That Moves, an interactive display of animation and movement

Christian Ristow, Taos NM
Fledgling, a large metal bird powered by a single human operator

Sara Rivera, Brighton MA
Nerveless, a site-specific poetry installation

Paul Santoleri, Philadelphia PA
Draco, an installation of drawings and projection

Christina Sporrong, Taos NM
TaranTula, a kinetic sculpture with LED lights

SJ2 Collective, Taos NM
Energy Transfer creates light and sound from human circuitry. By Sasha Vom Dorp, Jennifer Longo, Joshua Cunningham

TNT!, Taos NM
The Corridor uses light, paint, and found objects for audience interactivity. By Dora Dillistone, Jan Dorris, Dianne Frost, Sally Gray, TJ Mabrey, M. Oliver, Barbara Zaring

Edie Tsong & Michael Lopez, Santa Fe NM
Love Letter to the World uses vintage typewriters with audience participation

Marion Wasserman, Santa Fe NM
Dream Tent X2, a digital installation in a tent

Adam Wohwend, Albuquerque NM
Mobile Event Viewing Apparatuses are interactive sculptures