Workspace for FEAST and SEEKAGO installation

woods_projectionprototyped for MFA installation: costume development for FEAST and Flight


The Art of Peer Gynt: Eloise Pickard Smith Gallery

IMG_7939Directed by Kimberly Jannarone (red dress)

IMG_7947Fracking Media: installation be eve Warnock, Peer Gynt Media by Lisa Banks,  Glowing mushrooms by Gene Felice
IMG_7943Art developed in Peer Gynt Concept Class lead by Brandin Baron, Patrick Ayson, and eve Warnock
IMG_7944Media by Lisa Banks, Ship installation by Drew Detweiler, and Media Mask by David Murakami
IMG_7935Fracking Media: Photo by eve Warnock and NASA
IMG_7952Beautiful Family


Radio Interview with Nada Miljkovic. 88.1 KZSC

ARTIST ON ART  88.1 KZSC      Interview with NADA Miljkovic


Multi-media interdisciplinary, digital and performance artist,  Eve Warnock came onto Artist on Art to talk about her art of directing, designing, performing and storytelling. Her media of choice include experimental films and installation projects. We spoke particularly Eve’s newest and graduating project, Seekago go, a five part video series.

Eve will be graduating from the Digital Arts and New Media MFA program. She is the frist interview in the series of Graduating DANMites 2013.

For her DANM Group Project work,  Eve served as an art designer and an art director on the very successful installation performance of “Peer Gynt,” written by Henrik Ibsen and directed by Kimberly Jannarone at UCSC. The performance is a culmination of a yearlong project and will offer various showings in the beginning of March. (Visit to learn more.)

This summer quarter, Eve will teach a course this summer at UC Santa Cruz titled “Procession.” Hosted by the Museum of Art & History, the final project will consist of “processing through downtown Santa Cruz and ending with an open critique and question and answer.”

You will be able to see Eve’s video installation, Seekago go,  April 27-28 + May 2-5, 2013 as a part of the 2013 Digital Arts and New Media MFA exhibition, Ground(cntrl)  at the Digital Arts Research Center, UCSC.
To hear Eve and Nada’s interview, click the gray ‘play’ button below.