Blue Morph site-specific Installation at Integratron

Blue Morph site-specific Installation at Integratron

The Blue Morph Exhibit (overnight camping optional)

The Integratron is an acoustically perfect tabernacle and energy machine sited on a powerful geomagnetic vortex m in the magical Mojave Desert

BLUE MORPH is an interactive installation that uses nanoscale images and sounds derived from the metamorphosis of a caterpillar into a butterfly. This is a fusion of sound, light and interactive art/science. The Integratron's sound chamber will be transformed into a place where you can experience the powerful beauty of nanotechnology and art created at UCLA by Victoria Vesna and James Gimzewski. This is an evening event with optional overnight camping under the stars or inside the Integratron.

Pre-registration is required! The cost is $20 for the event, plus $35/person for optional overnight camping (9:00pm to 11am; includes a 10am sound bath!. To register or for more info, please send us an email:, or call 760-364-3126.

Victoria Vesna is a media artist, professor and chair at the department of Design | Media Arts at the UCLA School of the Arts. She is also director of the recently established UCLA Art|Sci center and the UC Digital Arts Research Network.

James Gimzewski, PhD, CPhys, FIoN, FInstP, FWIF, FREng, Distinguished Professor, UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry Department; Director, UCLA CNSI Nano & Pico Characterization Core Facility; Scientific Director, UCLA Art|Sci Center