Ever considered a 3-D scan of your own head?
Internationally acclaimed visual artists Ewelina Aleksandrowicz and Andrej Wojtas â€” who go by the moniker Pussykrew â€” are looking for participants whose features can be transformed into â€œdigital environmentsâ€� for the #nowseethis Party at the Carnegie Museum of Art on May 9. The celebration features a fairly incredible lineup of music and artists, including swiftly rising avant-RB star Kelela, Danish singer-producer Dinner and DJ-producer-writer Juliana Huxtable.
From noon to 1:30 p.m. April 23, there will be an artist lecture titled â€œMUTAT3Dâ€� and a 3-D scanning session at the Hunt Library, IDeATe Studio A, at Carnegie Mellon University. It’s free, and anyone can participate. As an added incentive, there will be pizza.
The Polish-born, Brussels-based artists are crafting visual accompaniment for Kelela’s music May 9, but it’s anyone’s guess