‘The gentlest touch, the softest spark can build a powerful vortex of potential energy.’

Wingspan is a meditative time based light experience. This project premiered at the opening for ‘Magick is Afoot’ a group art show at Arvia LA for two separate performances each approximately one hour in duration. Fusing the acts of drawing and animation, Ryan P. Griffin of Projected Visions was present creating rhythmic meditative lines in sets that pulsed and breathed. This simple yet dynamic process built in complexity over time to a soothing and contemplative soundscape, an audio recording of Jack DeJohnette’s – Music in the Key of Om and Peace Time.



UNDER THE 2 FWY - LIVE PERFORMANCES WITH JPO - FROM 2014 to PRESENT

This is an ongoing project to utilizing the underside of a freeway along the Los Angeles River in Elysian Valley as a liver performance and creative exhibition space. Collaborations with musicians of the JP Orchestra.


 

LOS ANGELES DEPT. of TEMPORARY INTERVENTIONS RESIDENCY - AUGUST 2018

The city becomes the artists canvas to shed light on forgotten or immutably changing structures in the city. Transforming the familiar or overlooked into wild meditations on the past, present and future. 



NIGHT CLIMBING INSPIRATIONS - FROM 2010 to PRESENT

Utilizing natural rock features as a canvas for live creations, inspired by and interacting with rock climbers ascend routes on the rock wall.



Projected Visions at IN Light IN Festival 2016 - August 2016 By Ryan Patrick Griffin (light) and Veronica Amaya (sound)

What happens when an artist’s canvas reaches stories high beaming across the architecture? Artist Ryan Patrick Griffin engages in creative play and improvisation manifested through projected light, radically transforming the familiar. Here movements of the artist hand translate freestyle paintings and animations. Veronica Amaya crafted an elongated arrangement of sounds and music. Utilizing elements of samples from music, nature, recorded interviews of people walking the Canal, with prompts relating to the connection/relationship to water and the canal. Unfolding upon the face of the Indiana Government Center building will be re-contextualized poetic imagery, revealing new relationships and stories specific to Indianapolis’s unique identity. Come experience the creative process in action.