1. ENTRIPPY: AN INTERACTIVE ILLUSTRATION PARADE!

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    from Drew Morrison / Added

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    This video was created to document the making of my latest painting series, ENTRIPPY, as well as to promote the Kickstarter campaign behind a 2013 tour of the work. Most of the film was shot in California between the Bay Area and L.A., during my 2012 Pictorial Oddities Roadshow tour. I tried to capture many things that are relevant to the content of these absurdist paintings.. You can see my Kickstarter page here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1122980295/entrippy-an-interactive-illustration-roadshow You can see all of my work here: http://www.drewmorrison.com Thanks! Drew Morrison

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    • Bike Projection Mapping

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      from ALMA LOCO / Added

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      Bike Projection Mapping

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      • Pulse Park

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        from Jenn W / Added

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        Pulse Park @ madison square park NYC.

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        • Identity Tapestry (including new basket-form)

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          from Mary March / Added

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          • Seeking The Missing Voices On The Democracy Wall: He Xie

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            from Enrica Ho / Added

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            This is an interactive and generative programming artwork. We hope our 1,300,000,000 Chinese people to seek all the suppressed voices along the white wall, while these silent voices are from those who are missing or being detained in China. Some of those voices are also various censored information. The white wall symbolizes the banned Democracy Wall in 1979. The Democracy Wall (西單民主牆) was a long brick wall on Xidan Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, which became the focus for democratic dissent. Beginning in December 1978, in line with the Communist Party of China's policy of seeking truth from facts, activists in the Democracy movement—such as Xu Wenli—recorded news and ideas, often in the form of big-character posters (dazibao 大字報), during a period known as the "Beijing Spring". The first posting on the Wall was by a poet from Guizhou province, Huang Xiang. These activists were initially encouraged to criticize the Gang of Four and previous failed government policies as part of Deng Xiaoping's struggle to gain power but the wall was closed in December 1979 when the leadership and the communist party system were being criticized along with acknowledged mistakes and previous leaders. The shutdown coincided with suppression of political dissent. The Democracy Wall was moved to Ritan Park prior to being closed down. As visitors to the wall then had to show identification to enter the park, the open and free access to the wall was curtailed.

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            • Balloons

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              from Katherine Smith-Morse / Added

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              The intention was for the balloons, once released, to shoot glitter trails after them through the air. It worked with less than optimal success...

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              • Not Without A Trace

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                from Tara Parsons / Added

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                Temporary street mural of the threatened and endangered birds of the New York metropolitan region created with chalk. Artist: Tara Parsons. Project presented at the DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival.

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                • Rafael Lozano-Hemmer - Search Detection

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                  Buscar la detección, 2012 Matriz LED, procesador arduino, cajas de madera, computadora, conexión a Internet Tamaño variable, puede cubrir entre 1 y 3 m de pared Ed. 1/3, 1 AP Pantallas digitales muestran en vivo los resultados de un algoritmo de búsquedas en las noticias de Internet que busca variaciones de la palabra "detección". Los resultados muestran lo que los medios detectan y reportan en cada momento dado. Se puede elegir hacer las búsquedas en español, inglés o francés. Search Detection, 2012 LED Matrix, arduino processor, wooden cabinet, computer, Internet connection Variable size, can cover between 1 and 3 m of wall space Ed. 1/3, 1 AP Live digital streams that display the results of a search algorithm using the word "detection" on different news channels on the Internet. The results show what media outlets detect and report at any given time. The piece can be set to search in English, Spanish or French.

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                  • Seeking The Missing Voices On The Democracy Wall: AWW

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                    from Enrica Ho / Added

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                    This is an interactive and generative programming artwork. We hope our 1,300,000,000 Chinese people to seek all the suppressed voices along the white wall, while these silent voices are from those who are missing or being detained in China. Some of those voices are also various censored information. The white wall symbolizes the banned Democracy Wall in 1979. The Democracy Wall (西單民主牆) was a long brick wall on Xidan Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, which became the focus for democratic dissent. Beginning in December 1978, in line with the Communist Party of China's policy of seeking truth from facts, activists in the Democracy movement—such as Xu Wenli—recorded news and ideas, often in the form of big-character posters (dazibao 大字報), during a period known as the "Beijing Spring". The first posting on the Wall was by a poet from Guizhou province, Huang Xiang. These activists were initially encouraged to criticize the Gang of Four and previous failed government policies as part of Deng Xiaoping's struggle to gain power but the wall was closed in December 1979 when the leadership and the communist party system were being criticized along with acknowledged mistakes and previous leaders. The shutdown coincided with suppression of political dissent. The Democracy Wall was moved to Ritan Park prior to being closed down. As visitors to the wall then had to show identification to enter the park, the open and free access to the wall was curtailed.

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                    • The Pareidolia Project - Making the Wall

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                      from Megan Karlen / Added

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                      In Oct 2014, Karlen collaborated with a 4 year old to create The Pareidolia Wall. Garbage was hurled to create a random environment in which viewers were asked to find images among the shapes and patterns.

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