Looking for a creative coder with advanced experience with Openframeworks and generative art to collaborate and write code for an interactive projection installation. I have been invited to a collective exhibit, “Between, Inside, Outside” at the 12th Havana Biennial in Havana Cuba on May 2015 and will be presenting this piece there. I will produce an interactive installation that combines data visualization and projection art similar to (x)trees (www.xtreeproject.com) which was presented for ISEA2012. Some knowledge of projectors and video mapping would be nice.The project timeframe is Mar 1- April 15. Someone based in Berlin would be preferable since I will be there in that time frame, but not required.Coder would receive equal credit as co-author of the piece, receive an official invitation from the Havana Biennial, and a stipend (amount to be determined). Attending the event May 22-24 is not required.Concept:In this new series, Projecting pARTicles, I am collaborating with an interdisciplinary team of programmers, artists, scientists and educators to investigate how we can create art and education interventions to explore emerging particle physics theories that are radically challenging our understanding of ourselves and our universe. I believe that a deep and personal understanding of these new concepts about space/time and matter/energy can have a profound impact on the way we visualize and interact with the world around us. I am interested in this research personally, artistically and as a medium for positive social change.In preparation for this work, I will collaborate with Dr. Steve Goldfarb, physicist and educational outreach coordinator, at the ATLAS Experiment@CERN physics laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland as part of a 2-week residency which will inform and inspire the pARTicles series and the interactive design of the art installation. Since this installation has not been developed yet I do not photos but the photos of the (x)tree project will give an idea of the style of my work which always combines nature elements. I would also like to explore voronoi diagrams and vector fields for this installation.