See Robert Twomey's "Convex Mirror" on January 17 as part of the Storefront Seattle Art Walk

January 15 2014

DXARTS Ph.D. Candidate Robert Twomey's work, Convex Mirror, will be on display in a storefront window on Boren and Harris through February 14th as part of the Storefronts Seattle program.  Twomey's piece will be included in the Storefronts Seattle Art Walk on Friday, January 17.  See below for more details and the event page. 

Robert Twomey's Convex Mirror


Storefront Seattle Art Walk
January 17, 6:00 p.m.
Participants are invited to meet at Uptown Espresso:
Facebook event page:
Storefront Seattle Show details:

About Convex Mirror

Resuming Parmigianino’s project of self-portraiture in the age of intelligent machines, this project uses a CNC plotter, 180º circular fisheye lens, and custom software to record a layered image of place. Substituting computer vision and precision automation for the human eye and hand, this project operates at a physical precision and temporal duration beyond what is humanly possible. This site-specific installation produces a series of 12 drawings over a period of three months. Learn more about the project at

Watch a video of Convex Mirror in action: