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Veille design graphique, tech web, design de services, images qui bougent... et interfaces tangibles, nouveaux medias... <br>Que des choses qui me plaisent et m'inspirent.
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Balance From Within - installation by Jacob Tonski (2012)

Un canapé de 170 ans sur un seul pied, tente de rester en équilibre. J'aime cet objet ancien, ce grand-père des canapés qui tente de ne pas tomber.

La poésie se cache partout!

 

JacobTonski.com/balance-from-within


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Wireless Poetry - an artwork by Varvara Guljajeva & Mar Canet

more info : http://www.varvarag.info/ & http://www.mcanet.info/

 

By exploring digital landscapes and excess of wireless communication in urban space, we started to search for poetic expression by applying radio waves. The intention was to create totally invisible and intangible work that will exist in the air. Hence we got an idea to display poems by Eduard Escoffet, who kindly agreed to collaborate with us. Each minute we are sending from dedicated WiFi router 4 32-character lines of a poem by changing the names of device. It means while choosing a network one will discover some lines of poetry instead of typical networks' names.
Moreover, the work introduces an unusual way for not only applying WiFi waves for artistic purpose but also for a novel form for performing poetry.
We have created a sculptural piece that displays reachable WiFi networks' names, and thus, also the poetry performed through the radio waves.


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C'est juste une borne wifi qui génére toutes les minutes un nouveau részau wifi avec un SSD (son nom) tiré d'un poème...

Et si le programme générait des SSD combinatoires de son "propre" cru?

et si on faisait une piratebox en ville (chez moi ça n'a aucun sens) qui génénère du texte sur son état de piratebox laissée à l'abandon mais alimentée en énergie... et si...

Oui, la poésie est partout à qui sait la lire.

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Freeframe plugin from Processing (custom Processing sketch for Resolume) - Eric Medine

Demo of "CirclesAndLines" custom Processing sketch for Resolume. It uses Processing 3 with Spout's (beta) SpoutController plugin by Lynn Jarvis of the Spout team. You can check out a walkthru of how to build your own here: ericmedine.com/spout-controller-for-resolume


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Murmur Study - interactive installation by Christopher Baker

Murmur Study is an installation that examines the rise of micro-messaging technologies such as Twitter and Facebook’s status update. One might describe these messages as a kind of digital small talk. But unlike water-cooler conversations, these fleeting thoughts are accumulated, archived and digitally-indexed by corporations. While the future of these archives remains to be seen, the sheer volume of publicly accessible personal — often emotional — expression should give us pause.

 

This installation consists of 30 thermal printers that continuously monitor Twitter for new messages containing variations on common emotional utterances. Messages containing hundreds of variations on words such as argh, meh, grrrr, oooo, ewww, and hmph, are printed as an endless waterfall of text accumulating in tangled piles below. ...


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mrbbp's insight:

Encore de la poésie générée par les autres.

Fabuleux ce désangagement des artistes, cette production qui revendique le fait de produire du sens, de la poésie  grâce à la production des autres... le crowdcreation...

"C'est pas moi qui l'ai fait"

Est-ce un manque d'audace, de couilles?

Ou une mise à distance pédante?

Ça m'exaspère un peu en fait!

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