By Romain Colin Here is something for a slow lousy Sunday: in this inspirational round-up we feature some outstanding interactive installations that exp
N Building is a commercial structure located near Tachikawa station amidst a shopping district. Being a commercial building signs or billboards are typically attached to its facade which we feel undermines the structures’ identity. As a solution they thought to use a QR Code as the facade itself
Postmasters Gallery is extremely pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by Mary Kelly, her first solo show in New York since 2005. On view: Habitus, 2010. Mary Kelly, American Conceptual Artist, Educator and Writer...
Berndnaut Smilde’s work often draws upon the physical presence of transitional spaces. Places such as corridors, elevators, staircases and balconies interest Smilde as spaces that exist to be in between. This interest also branches out into the possibility of how a given space might be in between states of construction and deconstruction. Using his day to day surrounds as points of conjecture, Smilde often works in response to site, creating special narratives whereby multiple layers of ideas and meaning are able to collide and awkwardly coexist.
Piccolo is a pocket-sized stand-alone CNC platform. You will be able to assemble your personal Arduino-compatible kit for tinkering, and playing with basic CNC output. Be it plotting a quick graffiti, printing a one-off business card on the fly, or multiple Piccolos working together to create a large mural, this kit provides a platform for experimenting with 2D or 3D digital fabrication at a small scale.
Mondrian vs Rothko. Software Studies: Mondrian's image set and data used in the visualizations are distributed with ImagePlot software. Visualizations use measurements of images visual characteristics obtained the tool included with ImagePlot software.
This is a test render from a new work I'm developing in collaboration with Marina Zurkow (http://www.o-matic.com/). A set of four 12 minute Quicktime renders of algorithmic, moving image work created in Processing.
Besides making inexpensive mass-produced audio/visual art thing (things that you can find at Negativmailorderland), Negativland also makes and exhibits one-of-kind and limited edition works of "fine" art. Click on the categories below to see and learn more about what we make, and scroll down this page to see where our work has been shown. New stuff will be added here as it gets made.
Global network activity measurement -- Digital data are emitted from the exhibition space towards 193 computers located in every UN member state. Variations in the travel time towards the 193 states are represented as diagrams.
Analyzing how the sense of environment is translated in the physical dimensions of human life and reveals through various elements, like structure, form and materiality. Workshop at the Vilnius Art Academy (Lithuania), Architecture Department.
A film presented as a grid of sample frames revealing patterns in cinematography and content. More on the subject of Visualisation of Temporal Processes in Culture by Lev Manovich. ...and more on Artistic Data Visualisation ...
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