An interactive puzzle experience by Ann Arbor creators
Amanda Sari Perez
Amanda Sari Perez is a biomedical engineer and artist. By day, she is a researcher in a biomaterials lab working on artificial ovaries for female cancer survivors. By night, she gets involved in wild schemes that usually involve other creative types in the community. She is a co-founder of All Hands Active, Ann Arbor's first makerspace, and founder of Syncytium, an Ann Arbor and Detroit based collective that creates interactive large-scale installations.
In her spare time, you can find her drawing a mural on her apartment wall or plasma cutting designs into metal burn barrels.
Theresa Carranza is a problem solver, an idea machine, and a scientist. Her goals in life are to creatively express herself, contribute to society as an environmental engineer, understand how to communicate and teach people, and how to foster communities. She has been involved with Syncytium, a community based art collective, since 2011 as an active organizer and volunteers with the Huron River Watershed Council in the hydrology and water quality program.
When she isn't trying to save our planet, she participates in the circus arts like aerial silks, acro yoga, and fire rope dart.
Suby Raman is a composer, programmer, and emerging bubble artist. He's stumbled his way through a number of fields, like web software engineering, international journalism, Arabic translation, brain-computer interface research, to music education. His musical writing covers a lot of ground, from brainwave-generated sounds to classical writing for orchestra incorporating South Indian dance. In his spare time he does big-data visualizations of the classical music world.
Tom Mansell has been involved since 2010 with large-scale, interactive multimedia art projects in connection with Michigan's Burning Man and Maker Space communities. These projects have included construction of a geodesic dome, mazes, improv theater and audio art installations. Tom is also a career creative writer and video production professional. He enjoys making field sound recordings and manipulating them in the digital realm.
He is the writer, editor and voice talent for the podcast "Slumberland", an episodic audio drama.