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1999 | Golan Levin Floccular Portraits (1999). In the Floccular Portrait system, filaments drawn by the user of Floccus are buffeted by forces derived from a hidden but underlying photograph.
Golan Levin develops artifacts and experiences which explore the expressive use of computation.
Acausality , the opposite of Causality (the real world we perceive, from cause to effect, from past to future) is only a philosophical concept or more? This photographic project tries to speculate about the possibility that the photons that trace a scene may exist before the scene itself.
An idea of vacuum described by a skin, a casing that surrounds and defines it. Debris of digital primitives gather themselves around cavities that repel and create the void, boolean volumes that subtract and modulate the space.. Or thin polygonal scales whose layout and frequency is the image of sinusoidal interferences, as in 'squamae'.
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Le colloque « Repenser nos formes de vie à l’aune des nouvelles technologies » sera organisé à l’ENS Ulm (Amphi Rataud, 45 rue d’Ulm) par Marc Santolini, Julieu Neulat et Martin Fortier.
Place : La Fonderie de L’Image Dates : 13/14/15 Avril/April 2012.
Born USA, 1978 Evan Roth is an American artist based in Paris who applies a hacker philosophy to an art practice that visualizes transient moments in public space, online and in popular culture. Roth's work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art NYC and has been exhibited at various institutions, including the Centre Pompidou, the Kunsthalle Wien, the Tate, the Fondation Cartier and the front page of Youtube. In 2012, Roth was awarded the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award . Roth is also co-founder of the Graffiti Research Lab and the Free Art & Technology Lab (F.A.T. Lab), a web based, open source research and development lab.
interactive 'still life' by scott garner
first image the 'face projection' by daito manabe and zachary liberman images courtesy of daito manabe