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Getting “Head Case #2” ready for the destructive force that is Maker Faire!  He’ll be on display in the Applied Kinetic Arts booth in the South East corner of Expo Hall, San Mateo fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday, May 19-20.

He’ll be in good company too: Benjamin Cowden, Mark Galt, Aaron Geman, Jonathan Foote, and Tal Avitzur.

See the link below for a full program of exhibitors and events:


I’m excited to announce that we’ll be having another open house and exhibit at my studio in Oakland.

The reception will be Friday May 11 from 5-9pm, and we’ll be open the following Saturday May 12 from 1-4pm
Our address is 305 Center Street, Oakland CA
I’ll have two new large scale pieces on display that are scheduled to be temporarily installed at Google’s offices in Mountainview at the end of May.  Since Google’s campus is not open to the public, I wanted to take this opportunity to share the work with you all first!
In addition to myself, my good friends and neighbors Jeremy Mayer and Jesse Small will have their studios open with work on display and we’re honored to have Scott Hove and Aimee Baldwin displaying their works with us in the gallery.
Please feel free to pass this invitation along to anyone you think might be interested (here is a link to our Facebook event if you’re into that kind of thing). 

I’ll be showing my piece “The Race” at Unfinished Projects over at MotoSF in San Francisco this Saturday Feb 25th (6-11).  I’ll also have one of my trophy head pieces “Heavy Metal” on display.

275 8th Street, 2nd Floor

Here is a link to the Facebook event for more details:


This is the second time Wired Magazine has printed this photo (this time in their UK version) without bothering to credit me or my sculpture. The image is used to support an article about Andy Rubin (he’s the one wearing pants), the man behind the Android operating system. Is it too much to ask that Art be considered as intellectual property, or at least valued in some way like every other business? I mean, come on, they’re printing a picture of a giant, anatomically correct, gun toting robot. Why bother even staging such a photo if it’s image isn’t compelling enough to warrant some kind of interest from their readers? Why not do the honorable thing and at least mention the guy who spent countless hours and dollars creating the thing? How hard is it to print a tiny little image credit?
O.K. done ranting now.

Hello friends, I have just finished up a few new pieces and would like to invite you to come view them (and many others) at an impromptu show at my humble studio in Berkeley CA, Saturday, February 26th from 1-5 pm. It’s not often that I can assemble this many pieces (over two dozen!) in one place at one time so I thought I would jump at this opportunity to share my work, process and facilities with whomever among you are interested.
You can find directions to my studio here: http://www.nemomatic.com/nemomatic/directions.html
Facebook event here:

My work at S.O.F.A. Chicago.

I’m very happy to say that a number of my works (including the attached image: “Doubtful”) will be featured by the John Natsoulas Gallery at this years International Exposition of Sculpture Objects and Functional Art in Chicago November 5-7.  The event is held in the Festival Hall, Navy Pier, Chicago IL.  If you are able to attend, look for booth number 221.

“Mad Science” exhibit opens Sat Oct. 30th at Sonoma County Museum.

I’m pleased to announce that I will be exhibiting several pieces, including “Nowhere Fast” (in the attached image) at the Sonoma County Museum next Saturday, Oct 30th.  The exhibit is titled “Mad Science” and will also feature the works of Alan Rorie, Reuben Margolin, Mark Pauline (SRL), Ned Kahn, and Andrew Sofie.

There will be a not-to-be-missed performance by the legendary Survival Research Laboratories at 3:30 pm.  This alone should be worth the trip.  

The museum reception is technically a members only event, so if you’d like to come see the show on opening day you may need to announce yourself as “a friend of Nemo’s”.

The show runs October 31, 2010 – February 6, 2011.  Museum hours are Tuesday – Sunday 11:00am – 5:00pm.

425 7th Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 

(707) 579 1500