for shadowing by slowdanger for the Kennedy Center in D.C. (@kennedycenter) in their Arts Across America series sponsored by Facebook with support from the Kelly-Strayhorn theater in Pittsburgh, PA (@kstheater).
We installed the ring on a Saturday, ran rehearsals Sunday. Waiting a week, then filmed the final “one take” video that would be used for the show.
I mounted the empathyMachine LED so it would be front facing, and a smaller ring that was used for path.OS behind them. We hazed the room to let the lights glow and I even built a floor dolly for this show.
Full video series Penn Avenue Live -> Link <-
The live streamed aired 11.17.2020 at 4PM EST. I’m very thankful to be apart of this collaboration.
I needed a much longer dolly track than I had access to, so I built a custom dolly with 3D printed components.
I will release the DIY Dolly (or Dope Dolly) #dopedolly in a future blog post with details and instructions. It’s based off my experience working with Dana Dollys, but they start at $1,200, their eBay alternative a “Doug Dolly” is $400, and this was less than $100 in all costs to manufacture on with 4 sets of load bearing wheels. (I’m building one for my friend, but please don’t ask me to make you one, it takes about 20 hours to print each of the four bases. With 4x pieces of PVC pipe, the total length of the dolly was 20′