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Art Viewer – Vaporents at Voidoid Archive. Artists: Porpentine Charity Heartscape, HKE, Rosen, Viktor Timofeev Exhibition title: Vaporents Venue: Voidoid Archive, Glasgow, UK Date: June 25 – July 4, 2016 Photography: Malcolm Cochrane, David Quinn, all images copyright and courtesy of the artists and Voidoid Archive, Glasgow A dank enlightenment is gaming your bones.

Art Viewer – Vaporents at Voidoid Archive

Vaporents is a multi-reality biome; a post-digital swampscape of bacterial gameworlds, ambient trans-architectures, genetic dreampunk fictions, labyrinthine nanobot industrial-complexes, dirty wifi, and interfaces-interfaces-interfaces-interfaces… Drone Survival Guide. The Life at Beaches of Chile in the 1980s – Stunning Color Photos Captured People at Renaca Beach 30 Years Ago. Lumi-veg. Lumi-Veg Lumi-veg est une série composée de trois sculptures lumineuses.


Il s’agit de fûts d’acier rouillés, découpés au laser et éclairés de l’intérieur par des lampadaires. Chaque fût est ajouré de sorte à évoquer les sinuosités des écorces de trois espèces arborescentes. Le socle des fûts mesure 50 centimètres de diamètre, et les troncs eux-mêmes sont hauts de 222 centimètres chacun. Le développement industriel des techniques de verrerie et de fonderie autorisent artistes et ingénieurs à créer des objets d’apparence biomorphiques, dont la structure était autrefois difficile à imiter. XIXe siècle fut le récipiendaire d’images fantasmatiques où les objets mécaniques trouvaient une existence harmonieuse avec l’organique.

Conjuraient pour leurs contemporains l’évolution violente du paysage urbain. Inauthentique ». Catastrophes écologiques, trouve aujourd’hui un nouvel écho. Exemple la création de structures alvéolaires). Le folklore celte. Lost in Music: the story of dance music in 500 images. With their upcoming event and exhibition, theprintspace attempt to take us through the definitive photographic journey of club culture This Friday, theprintspace are putting on a party.

Lost in Music: the story of dance music in 500 images

Lost in Music is a major exhibition of 500 photographs that document the history of dance music, from the early rumblings of DIY DJ nights to the behemoth that is modern club culture. In conjunction with PYMCA, the world’s largest youth culture picture agency. the Shoreditch photographic pro-lab hopes to create a visual story that includes the full breadth of the movement, including professional photographers as well as personal snapshots from clubgoers and DJs. Photographers being exhibited include Normski, Dean Chalkley and Dougie Wallace. The exhibition will tour the UK starting from February, but on the 4th of December, theprintspace are hosting a club night at Village Underground – the venue will be plastered with paraphenalia from various eras, hundreds of clubgoers and of course, the photographs.

Selected Works – Bartholomäus Traubeck. Peter soriano. Peter Soriano - 2007. Guy Marineau Photography. Hélène Paris. Installations - Eyal Gever. Virus trading cards. This week I made a set of virus trading cards!

Virus trading cards

Viruses are surprisingly symmetrical, and I love them because they remind me of a biological version of snowflakes. Each trading card shows you the structure of the viral capsid - the protein shell protecting the genetic material inside a virus. To make the 3D animations I used UCSF Chimera, a free molecular modeling program. When scientists discover a new protein structure they upload it to the worldwide Protein Data Bank. Each entry is assigned a unique ID number, which you can use to call up the structure in programs like Chimera or PyMol. I used Tom Goddard’s tutorial to learn how to display viral capsids, and it’s actually a fairly simple process. Molecular Modeling: Molecular graphics and analyses were performed with the UCSF Chimera package. JULIO LE PARC. Julien Borrel - La Vaisselle. Robert Currie - London Based Artist. Judith & Holofernes - Judith G. Klausner. Jen Stark.

Scientific Art by John Liebler. FREE Medical Animation Wallpapers Here you will find a selection of our 3d medical illustrations, in convenient downloadable wallpaper formats.

Scientific Art by John Liebler

We’ve tried to cover pixel dimensions for the most common devices and screen resolutions, but if you don’t see what you’re looking for, drop us a note, and we can probably get you the size you need. Enjoy! Acetylcholinesterase Right-click on a size below and choose “Save Link As…”: 2048 x 1536 (iPad)1920 x 1200 (widescreen monitor)1920 x 1080 (standard HD)640 x 1136 (iPhone 5) 320 x 480 (pre-iPhone5) Apoptosome 2048 x 1536 (iPad)1920 x 1200 (widescreen monitor)1920 x 1080 (standard HD)640 x 1136 (iPhone 5)320 x 480 (pre-iPhone5) Bacteriorhodopsin. Gconstantin portfolio 10 2008 fr.