1. A Street View of Glitter Gulch-2 minute Excerpt


    from Kerry Laitala / Added

    This is Documentation from the end of the evening of the premiere of the installation of Glitter Gulch, October 15th, Las Vegas, NV. Glitter Gulch was part of the "Off the Strip" New Genres Festival that was sponsored by the Contemporary Art Center. This is the "Flat" view. In order to see the documentation in 3D, one must wear the chromadepth glasses. This is also a small excerpt, each of the screens in this triple projection installation had one 8 minute loop that played completely in sync and could play infinitely, (or until the bulbs blow out). Each screen was 6ft across and the video projectors and speakers were hidden behind the rear screens. The soundtrack was an original score by the Freddy McGuire Show. For more information go to: http://www.kerrylaitala.net/glitter.html

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    • Cheers!


      from Erika Rossi / Added

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      Cheers!, is an interactive musical installation that tries to enrich the experience of celebrating through its basic yet very common gesture: making a toast. How could this basic behavior become more engaging, in order to give the celebration a new perspective? When a user raises the glass, a soft light will turn on lighting up the liquid inside; at time same time this action lets the glass emit an harmonic and perpetual note assigned to that user. When another user raises the glass, it’s possible listening how this collaboration creates two combined notes that generate a pleasant melody and a beautiful lightscape.

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      • A Conversation With Song ErRui


        from Pew Center for Arts & Heritage / Added

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        Song ErRui, the daughter of Beijing-based artists Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen, talks about her contribution to her parents' exhibition, "The Way of Chopsticks," at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, her life as a young artist, and artistic collaboration. We present this short interview as part of the Center’s sustained inquiry into co-authorship. The exhibition was funded by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

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        • Coca-Cola Big Bottle @ SH Expo - Path to Happiness


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          ManyMany proudly presents the Coca-Cola Big Bottle @ Shanghai World Expo 2010! This Huge LED bottle installation is one of the most vibrant attraction at the expo. Not only you can see the Happiness Factory Characters, but also tons of energetic themes of animation that induces happiness out of our everyday busy life. The Coca-Cola Big Bottle is produced by ManyMany, through Leo Burnett SH, JRA, for Coca-Cola.

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          • LeCollagiste - Grid Stain Loop


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            Loop Grid Stain - LeCollagiste 2010 http://blog.lecollagiste.com/

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            • Eileen Carpio: Cajon


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              ‘Cajon’ is a single user interactive musical installation that enables its user to become composer, performer and audience - within an immersive space designed to provide comfort and safety in order to physically trigger music and encourage improvisation. This research was completed as part fulfillment of the MPhil. in Music and Media Technologies, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. For more information on this research or on the course, please visit the course website mee.tcd.ie/​mmt/​index.php

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              • Yann Novak + Robert Crouch | Untitled Landscape (installation documentation)


                from Yann Novak / Added

                Based upon a collection of audio field recordings and video recordings collected during a recent trip to Joshua Tree, Untitled Landscape is part of an ongoing exploration of the relationship between contemporary art making practices and the historical tradition of romantic landscape painting. Video by Yann Novak Video Footage by Robert Crouch Photos by Robert Crouch

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                • Deus ex Machina I


                  from Mehreen Murtaza / Added

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                  Deus ex Machina I ˈdā-əs-ˌeks-ˈmä-ki-nə New Latin, a god from a machine Mixed Media Dimensions Variable 2009 www.mehreenmurtaza.com Stage 1: The viewer steps on to the steel stepper Stage 2: The individual's weight is calculated using an analogue scale (The weighing machine is calibrated to read up to a mximum of 120 kg. In cases of exceeding this limit, the needle will go back to zero, reading the input as an error/mistake.) Stage 3: Once the needle reaches to a halt, the viewer is to press a red button Stage 4-5: This red button initiates a statement that is displayed on the LED scroll. ( 'Bismillah-ur-Rehman' / 'In the name of Allah' is displayed continuously on the LED until someone presses the red button after gauging their weight on the scale. Bismillah-ur-Rehman is the expected prayer to be spoken by Muslims before intitiating any activity as an act of remembrance of God ) Stage 5: Finally, a statement ( which is basically an urdu translation of an excerpt from the Quran ) is scrolled across the LED. This statement is displayed according to weight i.e. if a person weighs 45 Kg, then the 46th database entry will be displayed (considering the first entry is zero kg).

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                  • Troy Gua at NEPO House


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                    Photo/video montage of Seattle artist Troy Gua's "The Sweet Life (Act Like You're Interested)" at NEPO House, November 2011 More info at http://troygua.com/work/the-sweet-life/ Audio: 'Patricia' by Perez Prado

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                    • Memory


                      from visnevskiscom / Added

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                      "Memory" Konstantins visnevskis 2010. Installation. Arduino microcontroller board, laser, servo motors, glow in the dark paint on plastic sheet. We do remember things. In sort of impulse we recreate an image that slowly evaporates. Some memories are crisp others distant and blurry. I tried to imitate this impulse of distant, blurry childhood memory that happened to be captured in a photograph by projecting it in a fading medium. The photograph is of me with my parents on barricades of 1991 in Riga, the days when the Soviet Union collapsed. This is the oldest photograph events of which I remember.

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