new media artist and magician edward ruiz
aka confetti eddie
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Video and Lighting for Sarah Jaffe at Granada Dallas 2014
Working with Sarah Jaffe for a second time was great , this time we added a fresh perspective to a long time venue The Granada in Dallas . Read the review from the show HERE.
"What set this night apart from her many sold-out shows around town were the correlating videos. Almost every song had its own digital montage splashed across the screens, making the evening feel more like an art installation than the usual concert. While some were simplistic scenes from nature or shapes, others were a sort of remix from the original music videos. Most notable was the chopped-up version of “Glorified High,” featuring 11-year-old Emily Hoffman break-dancing and moon-walking to the fuzzy, electronic track.
"Dallas Morning News Guide Live .
photos by Tami Thomsen.
Currently residing in the Exposition Park neighborhood of Dallas, TX, the Oak Cliff born visual artist Edward Ruiz couples his current artistic interests in digital video mapping and real time sound analysis to seamlessly marry geometric sculpture, music, and mathematic technology as a means to create all encompassing sensory installations of sight, movement, and sound. Along with these artistic endeavors, Ruiz rounds out his repertoire with the mediums of resin cast sculpture, acrylic paintings, and character-driven toy-making.