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Ingenuity Fest

Looking back on our work at Ingenuity Fest in 2016, 2017, and 2019. IngenuityFest is an annual arts and technology festival, held each September in the abandoned Osborn Industrial Complex in Cleveland (in true Rust Belt style).


"Each IngenuityFest draws thousands of attendees, and includes a unique array of cutting-edge work, such as NASA’s collaboration with DancEvert on a performance derived from state-of-the-art wind-tunnel technology; the Cleveland Museum of Art’s display of digital 3-D displays; and composer and technologist Phil Kline’s motion-sensing musical installation, 'Symphony for 21 iPods.'" (https://IngenuityCleveland.org)


Our artwork has been featured in the Music Meadow and Dreamer's Tavern spaces at the festival.