Lost & Foundry co-director Sean Orlando is a multi-disciplinary installation artist, museum professional, and community organizer with an interest in collaborative and immersionary large-scale sculptural installation projects. Orlando is the co-founder of the Five Ton Crane Arts Group, principle artist at Engineered Artworks, Board Director at the Bently Foundation and Artist Fellow at The de Young Museum in San Francisco.
His collaborative group projects include the Steampunk Tree House, Raygun Gothic Rocketship and The Nautilus submarine art car. Orlando has exhibited and collaborated with many arts organizations and venues throughout California including The de Young Museum, The Crucible, the Chabot Space and Science Center, Maker Faire, Landor and Associates, the American Welding Society, the Port of San Francsico, Coachella, Dorkbots, Burning Man, the Black Rock Arts Foundation, and the UC Berkeley Worth Ryder Gallery. He is currently working on two “1% for Art” large-scale permanent public art installations for the sister cities of Tacoma and West Seattle in Washington State.