Sunday, August 29, 2010
The 3rd Annual Dia De Los Toadies . Location: White Water on the Horse Shoe , New Braunfels, Texas . Saturday Aug.28th 2010.
Live video projection on a triangle shaped screen. With art direction from Clark of the Toadies I was able to create a set of visual images that we projected onto the screen during their rock show.
Special Thanks To Clark Vogeler , Sven Vogeler , Karen Brophey, Tony Barsotti and Ric Bowden.Thanks everyone I had a blast so much fun!!
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Video mapping on Panels.
Edward Ruiz 2010
Designing , building and projecting media for the band ISHI.
These photos were taken at a ranch just outside Dallas county . It turned out to be a great location to try out the new set , my first live show / rehearsal with the band.
One of my first tests was out on the sidewalk. Back at the studio I spent time creating original visuals to go along with each of the bands songs. Once the visuals were created it was just a matter of loading them into my software, then mapping the projection onto the panels.
Piece of cake ... looks like i'm in the zone...
Monday, July 5, 2010
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Mokah Gallery in Deep Ellum. ROYGBIV
Artists: Kasten Searles and Edward ruiz .
I really enjoyed showing with Kasten,her paintings are colorfull and full of play.
She had a great variety of large and small works, including her own coloring books.
I had two pieces in the show , the wall with the color diamonds and a collaboration with Kasten's sofa piece.
The gallery looked great ! Thank You Courtney Miles and Kasten Searles !!
Press: Art and Seek , Dallas Art News
Video projection on canvas , sofa and wall . Edward Ruiz and Kasten Searles 2010 .
Video projection on wood . Edward Ruiz 2010
Saturday, April 3, 2010
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
3 clear resin deer heads were commissined by La Grange a new bar /music venue in deep ellum texas .
I was able to take this project through all the stages of production here at my studio. Sculpting , molding and casting the clear resin. This was quite a task and kept me on my toes for months. They look great at the venue and hope to work on another project like this in the future.
Thank you Stephanie and Rob ! also Thank you Cody for making our steel mounts!!
Monday, February 15, 2010
Sunday, February 7, 2010
By using L.E.D.'s to light the set piece I was able to color match or contrast with each performers costume and provide color changes throughout the night.
The set was simple, a facade of the Texas Theater on one side and a screen on the other.
Center stage was kept open and a traditional follow spot was used to light up the performers.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Here's a sketch of the stage design for this years Dallas Burlesque Festival . Once again it's at the Texas Theater , this year I decided it would be fun to have the performers do their routines on stage in front of a miniature version of the Texas Theater !!