David J. Tennent: Love/Machine – Generative Works: 2014-2022

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Brick Aux Presents

David J Tennent: Love/Machine

A selection of generative works on paper and video made in, developed for, and inspired by the artist’s theatrical practice from 2014 – 2022

Opening party/gallery reception for Brick Aux and Love/Machine is June 5, 2-7pm and closes August 6
***Closing Party August 6, 3-7pm ET***

Brick Aux is located at 628 Metropolitan Avenue

Gallery Hours are Saturday & Sunday 12-8

Email theresa@bricktheater.com to make an appointment outside office hours

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David J Tennent is the son of a poet and an engineer. His first camera was a Leica Rangefinder. His first computer language was Visual Basic. His first play was A Midsummer Nights Dream

‍When he was younger he spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to make computers, images, and people all work harmoniously to make beautiful things. He wrote a few plays, made some art, **and fell in love with a variety of ideas, things, and people.

He has been an artistic collaborator/code monkey for artists Jonathon Rosen, Carla Gannis, and Leo Villareal. Projects he has written code for have been shown in the Smithsonian Museum, the Boulder Museum, Spring Break, Art New York and more.

His theater projects have been performed at the Ontological Theater, Ars Nova, and The Public Theaters Under The Radar: Incoming. He has been a design collaborator with Philadelphia’s Pig Iron Theater Company, Stein Holum Projects, 3LD Art and Technology Center, HERE Arts, Williamstown Theater Festival, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Rising Phoenix Rep, and Built 4 Collapse

He has given talks and workshops on the subject of interactivity at TouchDesigner:Montreal 2019, Pratt, NYU,The New School:Parsons, and Harvard University.

‍During his last fifteen years he has been one or more of the following things in no particular order:

‍nude model

bad actor


algorithm painter

local one member(pink card)

minimal techno vj

senior interactive developer


This is his first solo exhibition.

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