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Watch Artist Implant a Net Art RFID Chip Into His Hand - ANIMAL

Watch Artist Implant a Net Art RFID Chip Into His Hand - ANIMAL | Art | Scoop.it
"Only the stitches hurt, because I looked at them," artist Anthony Antonellis says, trying not to itch the incision site between the thumb and index finger

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A Tokyo Design Firm Made Artificial Human Organs for the Post-Apocalypse

A Tokyo Design Firm Made Artificial Human Organs for the Post-Apocalypse | Art | Scoop.it

Once that great apocalyptic event—contagion, climate change, nuclear holocaust, zombies, whatever—drowns out the huddled masses of humanity, we can take solace in at least one thing: those who remain will have no shortage of suggestions from art and pop culture as to how best to carry on.

If it's a zombie scenario, they could, for instance, go Walking Dead and form a scrappy band and shack up in a prison. If it's disease, they could hack their bodies, adding Matt-Damon-in-Elysium-style cyborg arm implants to do combat with the rich. If it's rising sea levels, they could follow one Tokyo design firm's advice, and outfit themselves with artificial organs designed to make the human body more water-efficient. 


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Andromeda's curator insight, January 19, 2015 2:57 PM

I think this is a very good idea! Very creative and cool! Would be great for an actual apocalypse!!!

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This Glowing Train Is Bringing Art, Music, and Yurts to Middle America

This Glowing Train Is Bringing Art, Music, and Yurts to Middle America | Art | Scoop.it
The best music and art festival of 2013 isn't happening in a park or on a boat. It's taking place on a moving train. Profiled in Wired's forthcoming Design Issue, artist Doug Aitken is packing a slew of artists and bands onto a train ...
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Raspberry Pi finds new application in the arts - Cambridge News

Raspberry Pi finds new application in the arts - Cambridge News | Art | Scoop.it
Raspberry Pi finds new application in the arts Cambridge News Wysing Arts Centre is collaborating with the Crucible network at Cambridge University on a new programme, Defining Pi, which aims to test the potential of the new Raspberry Pi computer...

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