SARAH DAVITT - HAPTOTROPE ARTIST SERVICES
Based in Milwaukee, WI
Large scale, often retroreflective environments for events, storytelling and social change efforts.
Artist Creative Profile/CV -- PDF
SARAH DAVITT/HAPTO INSTALLATIONS ART, AND EXPERIENCES
MakeZine Artist Interview
Series of spaces of global faith - hung the woods for a new environment each summer for the Firefly Festival. 2007-9
Grande Chandelier - Christian and Muslim based faith
Namaste Ke Andar Hai - Hindu based faiths
Variation on Namaste Ke Andar Hai at Boston Decompression Event
Sky Nest - Nature based faiths
BURNING MAN AND OTHER INSTALLATIONS AND PROJECTS
Gallery of portraits and process from Saf-Tea bar, retroreflective material, laser cut traffic cones, LEDs 2019
Gallery of Quilts
Event at Makerfaire Milwaukee, using bleach and 6' poles to make fabrics for a borocloth inspired quilt to be collaboratively finished
Thriftstore Boogaloo: An Event that generated a collaborative art experiences by asking participants make marks simultaneously by using team building strategies and randomized prompts.
MMS Thriftstore Boogaloo Event and Collaborative Mural Install
Husch Blackwell Summer Associate Thriftstore Boogaloo Event and Charity Auction Event at the Milwaukee Office, and paintings created by the group experience.
Holi Themed collaborative painting event, at Milwaukee Makerspace
INGRESS - MAGNUS REAWAKENS EVENT - CAMP LISTENER, NAVARRO, CA
Installed in the Redwoods of California, and other venues in collaboration with the video game Ingress/Niantic, over multiple years. These installations used in game language to communicate the backstory and lore of the game. The piece worked with augmented reality/reality feedback loop connected to a game on the mobile phone, and changed the art in front of the viewer with changes in the game.
1.0 Navarro, glyph environment
NIA/Ingess walkthrough Hank Johnson part 3
2.0: in the Grand Redwood Cathedral, Cavern of Watchers
Cavern of Watchers 2.0 - video walkthrough
3.0: Motherstone, Chicago soundtrack by Living Light
4.0, Motherstone-2, at Milwaukee MakerFaire