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Simply stated Patrick, your presentation on 10/29/04 at Union County Vocational-Technical High School in New Jersey was amazing. Seeing highly diverse disciplines in one work work of art was inspiring. So many students would be more fulfilled if they could experience artistic expression with technology rather than just typing a paper or Emailing a friend. You led students and teachers into a completely different technological vision. Just by signing, you include me and so many others in a performance art. Hopefully, one day this work will be somewhere off Broadway so it could get even greater exposure. Thank you.
I have been teaching for 32 years. Today's presentation was the most interesting and innovative program I have seen in that time. Keep up the good work.
I went to see this presentation at the Granger School in Feeding Hills on 10/20/04. As an adult, I was completely mesmerized throught what I called the use of performance art. The project and its presentation is spectacular and I would recommend it to everyone.
It is so rare for teachers to leave an All-School Assembly impressed by the show, but we here at Holy Trinity in Kansas(10-6-04) couldn't stop talking about your performance. It was so inspiring and enjoyable. I got goosebumps several times during the show. I couldn't wait to become part of your work and sign my name to the canvas. Thank you for a truly remarkable experience.
I just saw your presentation at the closing day of an enviromental conference in Seattle. I sat near the edge so I could leave early, expecting a typically boring presetation. I was GLUED TO MY SEAT, as was everyone else in the audience. I was moved and awed by the Signature Project on so may levels. Art and music almost always interest me, but technology never and here the combination was thrilling! When they announced that 20 people were going to be able to sign the project, I was hoping like a little kid I would get lucky and I did!!! I am thrilled to know I am a little part of this. Thank you. Sheila
I recently saw the show and I absolutely love the concept for this project. What a beautiful tapestry of life and the human spirit. Truly one of the most remarkable works of modern art I have witnessed.
I saw your performance this noon in Portland, Oregon. Sublime comes to mind to describe what I witnessed. No that isn't right, it was an experience, and I felt like a participant. Your combination of performance, visual arts, auditory experience had me enthralled. The majesty of connections, the mysticism of unity all combined to keep me mesmerized. Thank you.
The show was the most amazing thing I've ever seen! When I left the three day conference it was the only thing I could talk about. Everything else paled in comparison. The talent and dedication of this incredible artist have produced a monumental work of art!
I look forward to following the project as it is completed.
Thank you for sharing it with us.
Thank you for the presentation that you did on Feb. 9th in Hatch, NM. I am a kindergarten teacher and my students loved all the special effect and the music. I enjoyed everything about your presentation and hearing you speak about life and your family. I hope to one day travel to Ireland and visit all the wonderful amazing cites. Again, thank you! I feel very priveleged to be one on the many people to have signed your artwork and to share it with my own children.
I was one of the many teachers from Mariposa Elementary in Redlands, California who attended your show today. I realize I expressed how fantastic your show was when I talked to you afterwards, I just wanted to let you know how moved I was - I couldn't wait to tell my 19 year old son about it. I'm still overwhelmed by your use of technology, art, music, but probably most important, the human spirit. I could have listened to you for another hour! The teachers and students couldn't talk about your presentation enough - it was the best assembly I've ever seen in my eleven years at the school.Even though you said your brother was the genius (and by listening to his music I agree) and you just know how to fake it, I know that you are also truly a genius.
Good luck in your endeavor. I plan on keeping track of your progress especially since my signature is part of this incredible piece of art. Thank you for touching the lives of so many people.