Coming from a family of artisans, Loveland, Colorado artist Aaron Ristau has a fascination for creating kinetic light sculpture with plasma illumination technologies that blend nostalgic aesthetics with modern function.
Super excited to report we are in the latest issue of Make magazine for our Tesla coil light sculpture from NOCO Mini Maker Fair 2015. Joe Pawelski is the brains behind the Tesla coil. Alanna Brake was our very talented photographer. http://makezine.com/2016/06/29/plasma-play/ Read more »
Sometimes I come across a piece of antiquated technology that I instantly know will make a great light sculpture. Watch the video! The original devise was a Lens Centering Machine made by American Optical. The Animated Luminaria is filled with Xenon. Read more »
Two shows curated by Bruce Rosenbaum of SteamPuffin.com: “Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation,” opening October 31, Waltham, MA, and “Mobilis in Mobili: An Exhibition of Steampunk Art & Appliance” opening November 12, Wooster Street Social Club, NYC. include—MetalMaus—recent additions to my series of augmented wireless mice. Read more »