The San Francisco–based art collective FoldHaus enlisted tech help from then-undergrad Bomani McClendon ’17 when it was building Shrumen Lumen for Burning Man 2016. McClendon, now a software engineer for Facebook, worked as a programmer on the 12- to 18-foot tall mushrooms, which are now on display at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum. With Kalan Kircher ’11, the digital lead for the project, McClendon programmed the giant glowing mushrooms to move and light up when observers step on a weight-sensitive pressure pad. The origami-based interactive art installation is part of the Renwick Gallery’s exhibition No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man, which runs until January.
Eunice Byun Makes Business Personal
After working for more than a decade in finance, marketing and business development, Eunice Byun ’04 quit her role as vice president of global digital marketing at Revlon to launch Material, a kitchenware company.
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