In the Spring of 2016, Yoshinori Asai made this spectacular, 26 foot whale, for a performance called The Whale Man. Yoshi's ambitious project was his response to an assignment calling on students to occupy a shipping container for a week. Yoshi originally hoped to hang his whale between two shipping containers. But then the piece grew even bigger...
Yoshinori Asai, Ghost Light, Spring, 2016.
The assignment was to make a contemporary Gargoyle and install it, however briefly, on a building. Yoshi's "gargoyle" was a ghost, inspired by internally-lit lantern-floats in Japan. His performance with this piece took place at the SJSU Theatre department scene-shop.
"Life-sized Foosball" made in Shape of Space class for the Bay Area Maker Faire, 2014. This team's project took a "best in class" ribbon for interactivity at Maker Faire.
|Tomoko Shiino, Michelle Frey, Richard Mendez, Camille Campos-Shanahan|
|The team won a Best in Class (Interactivity) ribbon!|
"Freight and Cargo" Shipping Container Galleries
|Inaugural reception for the Freight and Cargo Galleries, Fall 2012.|
|Artwork installed in one of the shipping container galleries|
|Installation by Alyssa Eustaquio in the Freight and Cargo Galleries.|
"Ubiquitous," 2008Teresa Hanson
"Ubiquitous," detail, 2008
"Ubiquitous," detail, 2008Phillip Quiros
"Ghost Chair," 2007
Custom-upholstered chair with vacuformed impression of a person
Title UnknownShaun Griffiths
Title UnknownPhillip Quiros and Genevieve Duffy
Custom-built interactive room. Constructed the semester after the Shape of Space class.Phillip Quiros and Genevieve Duffy
Custom-built interactive room (detail)Phillip Quiros and Genevieve Duffy
Custom-built interactive room (detail)