How it Works:
1: Listen to the Artist Interview
2: Pause and play as you go, pull quotes that resonate with your story into your journal.
3: Journal 15-60 minutes without interruption.
The Love Story behind Museum of Endoluminosity
Meet Mick Lorusso
Mick Lorusso, visual artist, focuses on energy in its many forms: as sustenance, movement, sensation, electricity and light. Integrating science, mysticism, ecology, and community he creates drawing, sculpture, and urban intervention. After losing his step father to Leukemia, he began fusioning art, science and the power of light to heal cancerous cells.
[The Nanodiamonds] project [is] developed in conversation with UCLA Art|Sci Collective, Alia Ghoneum, Dr. Jim Gimzewski, Dr. Dean Ho, Clarissa Ribeiro, Dr. Benjamín Domínguez and Dr. Yolanda Olvera, friends, family, and others.
Ephemeral mural, Colorado Springs, CO, USA: 8 x 30 M, 2004
Transforming Tutt, was an intervention of 18 painted burlap banners on the side of Tutt library on the Colorado College campus. The gestural forms and flow of air across the burlap acted to dissolve Tutt’s blocky cement architecture into the surrounding flow of trees, mountains, water, shadows, and wind.
“A lot of the first work that I made after my father passed was actually quite messy and angry and tormented… .”
Credits: Interviewer: Mingjie Zhai; Videographer & Editor: Wade Chao