1. SENSOR VALLEY Interactive hugging pillars by Studio Roosegaarde


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    http://www.studioroosegaarde.net - Sensor Valley by artist Daan Roosegaarde is Europe's largest interactive sensor artwork of pillars that breath light and sound in response to people. The local citizens in Assen (NL) call them 'knuffelpilaren' (hugging pillars) as they interact with human motion and touch. The city of Assen has a longstanding history with sensor technology scanning the universe. Studio Roosegaarde's innovative LED and social design was selected from 125 other candidates as entrance of the new Cultural Center. Embraced as their new cultural icon, Sensor Valley enhances local social interactions; creating a tactile landscape of people, city and light.

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    • SONART4.4


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      new media art artist:TanLijie(xiousa.neonbible),HuangJingying,Huangyang China Academy Of Art(CAA) 2011.12.24

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      • Alpine (documentation)


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        • Peter William holden Presents [Vicious Circle]


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          Choreographic installation Materials: Composite plastic, Computer, Compressed Air Components, Mp3 Player. Dimensions: 5m x 4m x 1.50m “Vicious Circle” is inspired by the “The Industrial Revolution” and the subsequent changes in human development brought about by that revolution. It is a brutalist robotic structure and it is a representation of some of the fears I have with technology. The motion of the machine reminds me of the relentless movement of progress as the machine moves to its predetermined program, ignorant of its environment and unwilling to stop if anything gets in its way. Though paradoxically it is possible to see beauty within its movements as the life size cast hands rise and fall forming a swarm that flocks together like birds in a choreographed dance to Prokofiev’s “Dance of the knights". Thus reminding me that technology is a double edged sword and we / humanity have the possibility to decide which direction it will take.

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          • Roadside Seed Bomb, Version 2


            from Austin Stewart Added 294 0 0

            This video is part of an art installation called, The Roadside Seed Bomb. The Roadside Seed Bomb is one part of a larger collection of projects under the title, The Militant Gardener. The RSB is a bomb which is triggered by an excess of carbon monoxide, a major component of air pollution. When the air has a high enough concentration of CO black powder charges are ignited and the seed bombs(a mix of clay, humus, and wildflower seeds) explode in all directions. In an installation setting the RSB is placed in the gallery on top of a pile of soil. The video is projected on a wall a few feet behind the bomb. The first five minutes of the video plays on a continuous loop until a viewer crouches down in front of the bomb and blows into the carbon monoxide sensor. This triggers the sequence of explosions at the end of the video to play. After the explosions subside the default loop picks up where it left off. Visit www.theMilitantGardener.com to read the manifesto. By June of this year the site will also host several other projects.

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            • CLOUD PINK @ gallery seoul xii


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              CLOUD PINK at gallery seoul xii Galleria Forêt, Seoul, Korea 2011 by Everyware www.everyware.kr

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              • CLOUD PINK @ Savina Gallery


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                CLOUD PINK at Savina Gallery, Seoul, Korea 2011 by Everyware www.everyware.kr

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                • D.O.T.N.A.N.A.


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                  The performance D.O.T.N.A.N.A. proposes a direct interaction between the public and the dancer on stage by the needs of a wireless mouse. In this manner the performance examines the scenic device and the question of representation according to the introduction of interactive media. In this 'one performer-version' the public interacts with the dancer on stage through an interface projected on the back of the screen displaying a schematic graphic of the body skeleton. Each graphical icon represents one of the dancer's body-articulations and where the displacement of one of the different elements is interpreted by the dancer movements in correspondence. Here both parts, the audience and the dancer negotiate a common play combining graphics with movement, music with dance. Recorded at Carré de Jalle,St. Médard en Jalle, France, 31/08/2004

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                  • == asche / == ashes


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                    A low current flows through the wire of a broken bulb, slightly heating it up. As people move through the space, the air surrounding them also moves. Cold air decreases the electric resistance of the wire and so also the voltage. A circuit senses the change of environment and actuates a fan. Amidst ashes, a couple of these units cover the space. So the dialogue between those present and those who pass by shapes a moving landscape. http://christophkilian.de

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                    • MIRAGE - Performance Art with Substitutional Reality system


                      from Hitoshi Taguchi Added 48.4K 118 3

                      "MIRAGE" offers a novel experience of feeling the world by traversing the past and present with a dancer. The 7 min interactive experience of MIRAGE provides an intriguing insight into the experience of reality. http://mirage.grinder-man.com Concept planning and development Naotaka Fujii (BSI, RIKEN) Performance planning and direction Hitoshi Taguchi (GRINDER-MAN) Choreography and dancing Makiko Izu (GRINDER-MAN) Music and sound design evala (port, ATAK) SR system design and development Keisuke Suzuki (BSI, RIKEN) Sohei Wakisaka (BSI, RIKEN) SR system program support Michihiko Ueno Keita Higuchi Production support Sari Hayashiguchi (Epiphany Works Ltd.) Masahiro Shida (Epiphany Works Ltd.) Video documentation - Camera Naruo Kanemoto (Space Shift inc.) Video documentation - Special thanks Takahiko Watanabe Yuhka oikawa Video documentation - Participant Takeatsu Nashimoto Cooperation Brain Science Institute, RIKEN

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