samuel stubblefield

biography                         

sam stubblefield combines traditional artistic mediums with architecture, film, sound, live data,

and things digital, with the self-described goal of creating a more interesting life for anyone

who happens to come across his work. He also uses his work to explore how everyday life

connects to natural and unnatural phenomena, and how human behaviors connect to

specific possible futures. Stubblefield has created installations for Centre Pompidou, Amazon,

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and London Olympics. Stubblefield is also an instructor at

Experience Institute, the instigator of NOT ART organization, a musician, and founder of a

future-focused incubator with an interest in the internet as a material within fine art and

architecture.

 

2017

seemingly unrelated systems - european cultural center, venice

untitled urban sound installation 0013, seattle


             2016

bungee 0001 (sculpture), seattle

geochroma (one world trade center), new york

whalesong 0001, seattle

magnet (sculpture), seattle

projection-mapped terrarium 0002 (sculpture), uss intrepid museum, new york

balloon (sculpture), seattle

paludarium 0001 (installation), seattle

yuma, sedona, phoenix (mural and sculpture), seattle

bungee 0004 (sculpture), seattle

inner tubes 0001 (sculpture), multiple locations

ring machine (sculpture), seattle

 

2015

la différence est une cape, nuit blanche, paris

boisbuchet arrive et conception de l'expérience (performance), poitiers

city light (interactive sculpture), seattle

NOT ART, tokyo, seoul, seattle, sebastian, san reykjavik, paris, oslo, new york, korean, london city, minh, ho chi fargo, copenhagen barcelona 

 

2014

freedom monument, prague

thank you for everything (mural), seattle

lumit (augmented reality sculpture), everywhere

united nations transatlantic slave trade (sculpture), new york

s china (sculpture), seattle


Publications

SxSW & Wall Street Journal, New Architects' Toolkit: Sound, Film, + Projection, March 2017

Adobe/99u,  Why Designers Must Think Like Contrarians, October 2016

Fast Company, Let This Lamp Automatically Tell Your Coworkers Where You Are, May 2014

The Urbanist, Seattle City Light’s Denny Substation, July 2015

Fast Company, This Wall Projects People’s Passions As They Walk By, June 2014

Tech Crunch, Sound and Architectural Vision, October 2014

Fast Company, World’s Coolest Electrical Substation Substation, October 2014

Volunteer Activities

www.expinstitute.org

www.ladybughouse.org

www.not-art.org,

www.digital-physical.com


View Sam Stubblefield's work at NBBJ and on his portfolio.

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