A projection mapping installation I created for the SUE exhibition at the Field Museum was featured in the Chicago Tribune, WBEZ and CBS Chicago.
“A light show points out the details of SUE’s skeleton and helps visitors engage with significant scientific findings on the structure.” (Manuel Martinez/WBEZ)
“Are you wearing running shoes?” asks the new explanatory video projected onto and around Sue’s bones and playing every 20 or so minutes. No matter. If you were this close to the real creature, “it would be too late.” It is not too late, however, to see Sue anew, no matter how familiar Chicagoans think they may be with this dinosaur, a core point of civic pride since it was first mounted here in 1990. The Field, in its 125th anniversary year, bet that it could reinvigorate the $8.4 million skeleton, and, as a Tuesday media preview of the new exhibition showed, it has succeeded. (Steve Johnson / Chicago Tribune)