(December 2018) Kristin Lucas is an interdisciplinary artist who pairs the intangible with the uncertain in experiential works that lie somewhere between reality and “reality”. A recent work recreates a flamingo courtship march in augmented reality. During her residency, she plans to observe, document, 3d model, rig and animate the likeness of species she encounters. Lucas has presented her work nationally and internationally, and she has been featured in Art in America and Engadget. She lives between Austin and New York where she serves as Transmedia faculty for the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Texas at Austin.
During her residency at Everglades National Park, Kristin will observe, document, 3d model and animate the likeness of species she encounters. Her project is likely to exist in a variety of forms, including: video animation, Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR).