Afterlife, featured in Telephone

  I participated in an art game – a large-scale collaboration that connected artists across the world and transversed through many creative forms. The end result, is an interactive, online exhibition: Telephone. Check it out! It’s amazing to stumble through and discover connections in form and concept. A truly inclusive and inspiring project. My piece…

Summer Shorts 2014

Summer Shorts, a collaborative project that brought local artists and writers together for a screening and reading of the short form, was a success! Our first attempt at resurrecting the screen found in Heather’s garage, we had a nice turn out and were very moved by the work that was submitted. Can’t wait to see…

Truck Show Archive

One year and one month ago, we were in the midst of touring our Truck Show. I finally put together an archive of the project on our website.  Check out all the details, images, credits, research, inspiration, and ephemera:  http://travelingtruckshow.org/ Peruse menus on the site or follow the narrative (with links) below for a behind-the-steering-wheel…

The Start of a New Animation

I’ve begun a new animation.  Using all hand-drawn illustrations, and combining some frame by frame animation techniques with camera work in AfterEffects.  Thinking about “the frame”, contextual value makers or breakers, the anticipation of the spectacle, and banal consumption of entertainment.

new songs in the works

So…It’s been awhile since I’ve written a song, and I am feeling the call of my singer-songwriter roots.  These are both really rough recordings – just trying out some voice layering and structure stuff.  Everything will morph and flush out as I play them more.  I’m also not totally set on lyrics, but wanted to…

the “creative introduction”

I put together this little video to act as a creative introduction to my personality and interests. Paired with my current resume, it gives a better picture of who I am and what I’m all about. I am Kayce from kayce bayer on Vimeo.

Good Stuff House on Sixty Inches from Center

I was interviewed by photographer/writer Brooke Herbert Hayes for Sixty Inches From Center about Good Stuff House and our Traveling Truck Show project!  Here is a little excerpt: Brooke Herbert Hayes (BHH): Can you tell me about the inspiration for The Great Fire: A Traveling Truck Show? Kayce Bayer (KB):  We were inspired by early…

Stuffed Study

I made this little piece out of the smaller remnants of Soft Shops I + II, and donated it to SHoP’s closing silent auction.  For other views, click here.

the Soft Shop II in NYC

Good Stuff House just returned from New York City, where we installed a souvenir version of the Soft Shop at the Verge Art Fair in Greenwich Village. We got a couple teeny web mentions on ArtInfo.com: …Still, a conversation between two visitors couldn’t help but catch my attention: “Do you ever notice that the only…