Interactive Architecture is an illustration of the concept that digital projections can interact with the surfaces upon which they are projected. G.R.L. is proud to introduce Agent Watson; specializing in British ninja tactics and particle systems.
La révolution de l’écran flexible s’amorce doucement mais sûrement chez Samsung. Le constructeur vient ainsi de lever le voile sur le Youm, un terminal assez intéressant, puisque bien évidemment… flexible !
The Johnny Cash Project is a global collective art project, and we would love for you to participate.
Through this website, we invite you to share your vision of Johnny Cash, as he lives on in your mind’s eye. Working with a single image as a template, and using a custom drawing tool, you’ll create a unique and personal portrait of Johnny. Your work will then be combined with art from participants around the world, and integrated into a collective whole: a music video for "Ain’t No Grave", rising from a sea of one-of-a-kind portraits.
Strung together and played in sequence over the song, the portraits will create a moving, ever evolving homage to this beloved musical icon.
What’s more, as new people discover and contribute to the project, this living portrait will continue to transform and grow, so it’s virtually never the same video twice.
For over 30 years, Progressive has commissioned artists or used original artworks to interpret annual report themes important to the company's values.
For 2011, Progressive commissioned artist Aaron Koblin to help with this interpretation. In turn, Koblin has asked you to contribute to the artwork by creating your own car on The Single Lane Superhighway, which will reflect the personal bond people have with their automobiles.
By means of a precise fitting projection the whole house turns into a three-dimensional vast room hosting a human being of huge proportions. The conventional physical laws appear to be repealed and strangely linked to the mental processes of the protagonist. Sudden changes of gravity or mysterious modifications of the walls take place. The house seems to have a life of its own.
The house facade thereby marks the dividing membrane between a private sphere and the public space where the audience is located. The architectural surface is staged as a boundary layer similar to human clothing - the facade acts as an interface to people’s deepest privacy. The projection screens this separating layer and provides an intimate view of the young man's inner life to the audience.
WHAT IS UP? focuses on the question of how someone reacts if nothing is like it used to be. The basic Idea was to reflect upon our constructions of inside and outside. It examines the relation between defined physical boundaries of our living environment and the limits of our distinct “soul space“. Despite being challenged by extraordinary occurrences the main character deals with all unexpected effects in a playful way. He easily comes up with solutions. He dances life and simply says ‘WHAT IS UP?’.
URBANSCREEN conceives site-specific projections with a strong artistic and architectural approach - in doing so, creating uniquely outstanding impressions.
Large-scale projection on urban surfaces - this is our creative-company's field of activity. We conceive and produce custom-made media installations using high artistic standards and stylistic devices, a spacious architectural background and a consistently professional completion; in doing so, creating uniquely outstanding impressions.
MEDIA FACADES FESTIVAL EUROPE 2010 is an urban media pilot project that interconnected seven European cities through the existing infrastructure of urban screens and media facades sited in public spaces.
Artists and media designers developed site-specific art projects which transformed media facades into local stages, connecting public audiences virtually with participating places and opening a global window to create dialogue, to share dreams and exchange ideas.
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