1. The sound of the earth


    from Lotte Geeven Added 360K 546 0

    2013 A seismograph & the recording of the sound of the earth. For this project I travelled to the deepest open hole in the world to find out about it’s mysteries and to record the sound of the earth. Based on this travel I made a series of works. Check www.geeven.nl for more.

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    • 7 Interactive Installations


      from Bernie Lubell Added 1,477 33 1

      Short clips of seven interactive installations by Bernie Lubell. Total run time is 9:31

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      • Dream Zone


        from Karen Casey Added

        10 meter video installation using custom software, generating live projections from EEG (brainwaves) to manipulate original artwork images and sounds. Exhibited in the National New Media Art Award, Gallery of Modern Art / Queensland Art Gallery 2012 The artist's brainwaves were recorded using the Emotiv EPOC headset, while viewing the generated video as it was occurring. http://qagoma.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/current/national_new_media_art_award_2012 Artistic director/visual designer: Karen Casey Software developer: Harry Sokol Sound designer: Tim Cole Technical producer: James Power

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        • Artifix Mori


          from John Ensor Parker Added 1,685 10 0

          Visiting artists and instructors at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts, John Ensor Parker & Jason Krugman re-animated Bombyx-Mori Silk Cocoons. The interactive installation enlisted infrared sensors, solenoids, microprocessors, LED’s, silk cocoons and an accompanying sound score.

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          • SVA Bio Art Lab - Suzanne Anker


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            Suzanne Anker, SVA BFA Fine Arts Chair, introduces the School of Visual Arts Nature and Technology Bio Lab. From the Survival of the Beautiful Conference

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            • So You Think You Can Be A Scientist


              from Isabelle Desjeux Added 88 3 1

              8 participants tell us about their quest for the "fear molecule" in fish. Which is the scientist who ran the experiment? This set of videos document an event where participants were invited to be scientists for one evening by re-telling the scientist participant's story. What if stereotyping came in the way of understanding science? Which scientist would you trust? Then, as you listen to the story, you hear how the scientist experiments: it's not all glamour. In fact, the experiment didn't succeed. But "You've got to do it, otherwise, it just stays hypothetical".

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              • Another Love Story


                from nunocruz Added 263 2 0

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                • String Theory by Harri Aleksi (Teoria e Fijeve)


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                  An interactive art installation by Harri Aleksi.

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                  • Sufficient Latitude (2000)


                    from Bernie Lubell Added 184 1 0

                    Sufficient Latitude simulates the experience of being in a row-boat adrift on the sea. Rowing makes lights glow dimly on the oceans horizon. But eventually you get tired and the lights flicker out. Latitude is only half enough to know where you are. Out of sight of land, on a starless night, you are basically lost.

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                    • Merging Art & Science to Make a Revolutionary New Art Movement - Debate Three


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                      Part 1 of the last and final debate in the series 'Can science-inspired art lead to a new culture in the 21st century?' That took place in GV Art's gallery on Thursday 22 September 2011. Arthur I. Miller (Chair), Katharine Dowson, Andrew Carnie and Annie Cattrell These days some of the most innovative artists are fusing art and science to create a brand new art movement inspired by science. Striving to visualise the invisible and what it must mean to be human in the future, they create images and objects of stunning beauty, redefining the notion of aesthetic and of what is meant by art. Does this herald the rise of a new culture driven by science? Does it bring us any closer to understanding creativity? This exhibit explores such key issues of the 21st century.

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