Dave Ghilarducci

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Dave Ghilarducci, an “interactive artist,” calls upon the viewer to partake in conversations with his machines. Despite his awareness of society’s downfalls (instant gratification, constant surveillance), he remains an optimist, at least sort of. In order to understand what that means, you’ll have to hear his unique answer to the question, “Is the glass half full or half empty?” (3:42)

Credits: Producer Barbarella, Director of Photography David Fokos, Videography Remel Gumabon, Editing Remel Gumabon, Music Yiourgh by DoKashiteru and Static by Darkroom

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Dave Ghilarducci, an “interactive artist,” calls upon the viewer to partake in conversations with his machines. Despite his awareness of society’s downfalls (instant gratification, constant surveillance), he remains an optimist, at least sort of. In order to understand what that means, you’ll have to hear his unique answer to the question, “Is the glass half full or half empty?” We checked in with Interactive Artist Dave Ghilarducci to see what he’s been up to since his segment aired in 2013. Short answer? A LOT. Including a 4600 square foot sculpture at the Fleet Science Center.

Dave Ghilarducci at work in his studio

First, watch the segment that first appeared on Art Pulse TV, and then read Dave’s Q&A with our Executive Producer Barbarella Fokos below.

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