1. Albero di Luce


    from Antonio Barrese Added 180 0 0

    Antonio Barrese Milano 2009–2010 La più grande opera cinetica del mondo: 33 metri di altezza, 20x20 metri di base. Ruota a 45 g/minuto e produce infinite immagini virtuali.

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    • GLI.TC/H Part 2: Gallery Opening


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      Thursday, November 3rd, 2011 - 7:00pm. Gallery Opening at MLABS, Chicago, IL. F News talks with Rosa Menkman, Nick Briz, Evan Meaney, and Jon Satrom about the nature of GLITCH art and this year's GLI.TC/H festivities. http://gli.tc/h/ Interviews: Brandon Goei Camera/Edit: Chelsey Hoff

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      • Darsha Hewitt: Electrostatic Bell Choir (preview), 2012


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        Cathode ray tube televisions, metal leaf electroscopes, static electricity, custom electronics and computer program. The artist gratefully acknowledges the support from the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, The Edith Russ Haus for Medienkunst and Hexagram Concordia.

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        • The Process


          from Francesca Samsel Added 23 0 0

          Transforming traditional prints into 34 feet of moving morphing imagery in the ACES Visualization Lab, Texas Advanced Computer Center, University of Texas at Austin. The work is displayed on their 75- monitor tiled-display.

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          • Well-Disciplined Kids (part)


            from Yefeng Wang Added 475 1 0

            This is a sample footage of a part of the 3D animation. Scenes being played here in the footage are scene #2, #3 and #4. There are 6 scenes in total.

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            • IMoveUMove


              from Bjørn Wangen Added 28 0 0

              By Bjørn Wangen. Robot equipped with camera. The robot moves randomly about on the floor and shows the video feed on the wall. The video effect is that anything which comes in the way of the lens shows on the projection, for a very limited time and then disappears.

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              • Reload The Love! (2011)


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                Benjamin Grosser Reload The Love! 2011 (demonstration video) software The value of Facebook lies in the breadth of its data. The source of that data is the unwaged immaterial labor of its users. Every time a user enters a status, links to a page, or adds a friend, it further details a profile of themselves that Facebook can sell to advertisers. How do Facebook's notification icons facilitate that economy? Do they train us to despise silence? Do they want us, or need us to pay attention to them? How do these icons as interactive interface play on our insecurities and narcisisstic obsessions to encourage further unwaged labor? To explore these questions I created Reload The Love! Reload The Love! automatically detects when your Facebook notification icons are at zero and artificially inflates them for you. If new notifications arrive after Reload The Love! has inflated them, they will instantly revert back to accurate values. And any time you want to reinflate them, just reload the page to Reload The Love! Read more information and download the software at http://bengrosser.com.

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                • eyeDazzler


                  from Will Wilson Added 1,680 2 0

                  The eyeDazzler Project is a trans-customary collaborative expression which brings together innovation, traditional Diné design, 76,050 4mm glass beads, over 1000 hours of artistic labor, and a portal to another dimension.

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                  • Merry Christmas from NMA of TNUA


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                    國立台北藝術大學新媒體藝術系祝福大家聖誕節快樂!!!!! We wish you a merry christmas at New Media Art of Taipei National University of the Arts!!!! 聖誕牆面位於北藝大研究大樓212教室,歡迎同學於非上課時間前往合照,並將你的照片上傳到FB粉絲頁與大家分享喔! FB粉絲頁網址:http://0rz.tw/A1usw P.S.影片內容與音樂均為北藝大新媒系同學自製。

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