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Drone Paintings by KATSU - Silicon Valley Contemporary Art Fair

Drone Paintings by KATSU - Silicon Valley Contemporary Art Fair | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

The Hole is proud to present a solo booth at the first Silicon Valley Art Fair by multi media artist KATSU. In a fair focusing on art and technology, we will present a series of abstract paintings by KATSU that are made by drone aircraft (flight). The booth will also feature a video that documents how the paintings were made and the technology used to make them.


The artworks in this exhibition are a completely new type of painting that has never been made before. As drone aircraft (drones) have become more affordable to consumers, KATSU has been working to develop a way to make them paint. Originally developing technology so drones could be programmed to write illegal graffiti, KATSU created the hardware and software to have a drone carry a spray paint can and a mechanism to press the can to emit spray. These pasts months he has experimented with the weight of the paint, the straw for the sprayer, the sensor for the can activation, the flight of the drone and different paint and surfaces to achieve the artworks he sought.

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Graffiti Research Lab France | re-writing the urban landscape with new and innovative artistic tools

Graffiti Research Lab France | re-writing the urban landscape with new and innovative artistic tools | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

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The Graffiti Research Lab is a dedicated collective of artists and technologists re-writing the urban landscape with new and innovative artistic tools. The Graffiti Research Lab was set up in 2005 by Evan Roth & James Powderly, developed as part of a fellowship project at New York’s EyeBeam Art’s centre and from their shared interest in graffiti and Open Source technologies. GRL has grown in to a decentralized and internationally renowned group of active members & collaborators with a number of sister cells throughout the world. It is currently housed with the non-profit organization, F.A.T. (Free Art and Technology) which supports and promotes artists & designers working in urban hacking. Some of GRL’s projects include LED Throwies, L.A.S.E.R. Tag and most recently, EyeWriter, which was a collaboration with OpenFrameworks and The Ebeling Group and picked up a Golden Nica at the Prix Ars Electronica in 2010.

 

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Le Graffiti Research Lab est un collectif d’artistes et technophiles ayant vocation à élaborer des outils de création innovants afin de redessiner l’espace urbain. Ses initiateurs sont Evan Roth et James Powderly qui, partageant un intérêt commun pour le graffiti et les technologies open-source, mirent en place le premier Graffiti Research Lab en 2005 lors de leur résidence au centre d’art EyeBeam de New-York. GRL a rapidement atteint une renommée internationale grace à la qualité et l’originalité des projets qui y furent développés, au sein desquels figurent les LED Throwies, le L.A.S.E.R. Tag et plus récemment EyeWriter, en collaboration avec OpenFrameworks et l’Ebeling Group, qui a remporté le Golden Nica au Prix Ars Electronica en 2010.
Le GRL s’est ainsi exporté en tant que concept, donnant depuis naissance à de nombreuses autres cellules décentralisées et autonomes à travers le monde. Le GRL initial a depuis été intégré à l’organisation à but non-lucratif F.A.T. (Free Art & Technology).

 

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Association LE M.U.R Modulable Urbain Reactif renouvelle l’expérience du M.U.R. de l’Art

Association LE M.U.R Modulable Urbain Reactif renouvelle l’expérience du M.U.R. de l’Art | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

L’association Le M.U.R. (Modulable, Urbain et Réactif), une des références du street art, renouvelle l’expérience du M.U.R. de l’Art fréquenté par plus de 15 000 visiteurs en 2010. Cette année encore, l’association invite 50 artistes urbains ayant participé au M.U.R. et leur offre les 900 m2 de l’Espace d’animation des Blancs Manteaux comme atelier : lieu de recherche et de diffusion.

 

voir : http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xvpc2n_le-mur-de-l-art-2eme-edition_creation

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