California Nanosystem Institute, University of California, Los Angeles
Integratron, Joshua Tree, California
Nikola Tesla’s visions and inventions were at the core of the
generation, transmission and use of electricity that has transformed our world. His genius and his importance to humankind is now only beginning to be fully appreciated, particularly as we become wireless and more energy conscious. Join us to hear about Tesla through the work of artists, scientists and engineers who have been inspired
by his legacy.
Greg Leyh - Nevada Lightening Lab – featuring a phased pair of Tesla coils, 122 feel tall.
Susan Joyce - director Fringe gallery, Los Angeles
Milos Ercegovac - Professor, Computer Science
Paulette Phillips - artist, Homewrecker electromagnetic sculpture
Gisèle Trudel and Stéphane Claude, AElab Sparks – experimental documentary on the life of Nikola Tesla.
Nina Czegledy - The Resonance project co-curated with Louise Provencher.
Organized and moderated by:
media artist, director, Art | Science Center, UCLA
The Integratron is an acoustically perfect tabernacle and energy machine sited on a powerful geomagnetic vortex in the magical Mojave desert.
TESLA: Extraterrestrial Vibrations Happening / Party
June 9th, 2007, 6pm – June 10th, noon