“Seven Segment”, Electronics, Code, and Neon Sign - Efficient single digit solution for encoding numbers, 60" x 42" x 4" + Power Control Box
Lights, action, - activate your space and viewer experience with digital neon displays! "Seven Segment”, electronics, code, and neon. Measures 60" x 42" x 4" + power control box. "Machine Readable”, electronics, code, and neon. Measures 36" x 28" x 4" + power box.
“Information Asymmetry” custom dynamic data visualization installation. Wall space activation and viewer engagement with LED, steel frame, and video processor, 61" x 11" x 8" individual frames, 7 displayed (14 total) across 16' of wall (2 total).
"Triangular" a reappropriation of popular culture ephemera into dynamic LED, steel frame, and video installation with 70’s iconic sitcom, “Three’s Company”. All imagery featured in the 61” x 11" x 6” works are replicated from the show’s wardrobe, upholstery, and wallpaper patterns.
Justin Manor is a Co-Founder of Sosolimited, an interactive art and technology practice with studios in Boston and San Diego. Sosolimited creates large scale architectural lighting installations, dynamic media displays, and data visualizations. Global activation and clients include Google, IBM, 2012 London Olympics, and Superbowl XLVIII.
In addition to overseeing Sosolimted’s San Diego office as Chief Innovation Officer, Manor has a passion to "create artworks that celebrate moments of enlightenment and absurdity in consumer media". Justin envisions a utopian future where we can build the machines that not only create our content, but watch it for us as well.
His recent original works have been exhibited at “Training Your Replacement”, a solo show exploring our relationship to technology and "Imperial Conquests of the Palate (shut up and eat!)", a group show celebrating food, both at BasileIE/CM Curatorial in San Diego.
Manor's international presence includes exhibitions at Ars Electronica Center, Foundation Cartier, and ICA London.