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Sampling Julio Le Parc at PAMM. #Fordistas presents Julio Le Parc, Form into Action at the PAMM. Julio Le Parc: Form into Action – Perez Art Museum Miami. Facial Projection Mapping. Intel's 500 Drone Light Show. Sky Magic live at Mt.Fuji : Drone Entertainment Show. Drone shows - drones. Vuurwerk? Dronewerk? Vuurwerk, iedereen kent het wel.

Vuurwerk? Dronewerk?

Topman Intel: drones in plaats van vuurwerk - Up in the Sky. Propaganda by the People. Propaganda by the People - VPRO Tegenlicht. Beyond the Brush: Inventive Use of Media for Painting Students. Meer dan 1000 afbeeldingen over Innovative Art Ideas op Pinterest - Beeldhouwwerk, Mona lisa en Garen bombardementen. Homepage - Innovation Arts. Björk - Virus - Music Video.

Björk: Digital Live Avatar To Open London Exhibition (2016) Björk: Digital Live Avatar To Open London Exhibition (2016) World Premiere of Björk Digital at Carriageworks in Sydney. Björk Digital review – to virtual reality and beyond. Well, this is definitely the most fun you can have inside a gigantic pulsating mouth this month.

Björk Digital review – to virtual reality and beyond

Predictably, Björk Digital is a peculiar affair. It is essentially the first chance to watch – or perhaps “experience” or “inhabit” would be more appropriate – four of the new virtual reality videos for Vulnicura tracks that are to be released “on all major VR platforms” this winter, plus a couple of cinema rooms and some odd musical instruments and iPad apps you can tootle on. Ticketholders are led through in timed groups so that VR stations and this immersive exhibition can be experienced in sync. It’s neither art exhibition nor film presentation nor tech demonstration, but a hodge-podge of all of the above. Far from complacent, the more time passes, the more Björk seems determined to tinker and muck about on the grandest possible scale, with at least as much focus on the act of tinkering itself as on the final product.

Her latest fascination is with virtual reality videos. 4 Stunning Art Exhibits that You Can Reach Into. By letting people reach into thin air and create huge changes from tiny actions, interactive art exhibits can break down the barriers between art and audience.

4 Stunning Art Exhibits that You Can Reach Into

Last week, we looked at two recent art installations to use the Leap Motion Controller to challenge how we interact with nature and technology. Here are four more exhibits that made waves in 2013: A Surreal World of Alien Shapes One of the earliest art installations to use Leap Motion technology was Untitled°, created in June by NATURE graphique for Stereolux, a French digital arts and culture space. The exhibit allowed viewers to immerse themselves within a monochromatic 3D scene and explore the landscape with simple hand movements.

Human Actions and Natural Consequences. The big question: can art change the world? Eight Manifesta artists respond — The Calvert Journal. Alexandra PiriciArtist, Romania, participant in the public programme.

The big question: can art change the world? Eight Manifesta artists respond — The Calvert Journal

In her work, Pirici choreographs human intervention in monuments. The big question: can art change the world? Eight Manifesta artists respond — The Calvert Journal. Alexandra PiriciArtist, Romania, participant in the public programme.

The big question: can art change the world? Eight Manifesta artists respond — The Calvert Journal

In her work, Pirici choreographs human intervention in monuments I think art should definitely strive to change the political situation, but it depends so much on the strategy you want to adopt, how you think things can change, on what level and what kind of duration we talking about. I don’t think that art has direct agency; you’re working on a different level, with subjectivities, with affect and emotion and conceptually with intellect.

I consider myself an artist, not a politician, I cannot pass laws, but of course I try to work consciously and reactively with the context. I’m working with three public space monuments: Peter the Great, Catherine the Great and Lenin at the Finland Station. I’m interested in this narrative of the glorious past that was allegedly so wonderful and needs to be recovered. Why art has the power to change the world. One of the great challenges today is that we often feel untouched by the problems of others and by global issues like climate change, even when we could easily do something to help.

Why art has the power to change the world

We do not feel strongly enough that we are part of a global community, part of a larger we. Giving people access to data most often leaves them feeling overwhelmed and disconnected, not empowered and poised for action. This is where art can make a difference. Art does not show people what to do, yet engaging with a good work of art can connect you to your senses, body, and mind.

Why art has the power to change the world. Michael Murphy - Gun Country - ArtPrize Entry Profile - A radically open art contest, Grand Rapids Michigan. Luzinterruptus. Digital Revolution - Barbican. Digital Revolution - Barbican. Digital Revolution - Barbican. Digital Revolution - Barbican. DevArt. Art made with code. DevArt. Art made with code. DevArt. Art made with code. DevArt. Art made with code. Digital Revolution - Barbican. 7 Ways Technology is Changing How Art is Made. No Ghost Just a Shell. “True heroes are rare and extremely expensive . . .” — Philippe Parreno Requiem for a Mail Order Bride Trust the French to turn a playful jeux into a complex semiotic/legal/existential/moral/cultural conundrum by enlisting — purchasing, actually — a female tabula rasa.

No Ghost Just a Shell

In No Ghost Just a Shell (the title refers to Mamoru Oshii’s 1995 Japanese animated film Ghost in a Shell, based on the original manga by Masamune Shirow), the blank slate is a bland, commercially produced cartoon drawing of a wide-eyed, elf-eared, prepubescent girl whose only distinguishing characteristic is her undeveloped potential. In 1999, the French artists Pierre Huyghe and Philippe Parreno found her image in the catalogue of Kworks, a Japanese agency that develops manga figures for animated films, comic strips, advertising, and video games.

The prices of these images depend on the complexity of their character traits. Following this flurry of intense artistic activity, Huyghe and Parreno pulled the plug on Annlee. Discover Projects » Art. Seven Future Visions on In-Vitro Meat.