Brenna Murphy’s Liquid Vehicle Transmitter

Gizmo happily partnered with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts again to create three, free-standing, ornate, mystically inspired sculptures for YBCA’s exhibition for Portland based artist, Brenna Murphy. Working with the artists’ digital 3D renderings, Gizmo utilized CNC technology to create three unique sculptures built from plywood with acrylic shelving, all approximately seven feet by…

kinetic-sculpture/Salute

Gizmo helped California sculptor Michael Davis by fabricating, transporting, and installing “Salute”, a marker of time and location, continually interacting with the environmental conditions of the site. Mounted in front of the new Kansas City (MO) Metro Police station, the work resembles a weather vane topped with a copper officer saluting the surrounding community. Below…

Working with Michael Davis

Salute In 2010, Gizmo helped California sculptor Michael Davis by fabricating, transporting, and installing “Salute”, a marker of time and location, continually interacting with the environmental conditions of the site. Mounted in front of the new Kansas City (MO) Metro Police station, the work resembles a weather vane topped with a copper officer saluting the…

Scott Snibbe Wind Installation

Blow Up Gizmo produced the Breath Console for “Blow Up” an interactive sculpture installed at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.  The array of 12 smaller impellers records and transmits a pattern of human breath to a room-sized field of wind powered by a wall of 12 large fans.  The wall…