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Des premiers mondes virtuels au Google Art Project en passant par le tout récent Valentino Garavani Museum (qui se dit le premier musée temps réel…) et les expériences sur Second Life , le musée virtuel est une sorte de tarte à la crème pour les conservateurs de musée et les créateurs d’univers immersifs. Peut-on vraiment apprécier l’art derrière un écran ?
Last week the New Museum opened the first New York survey of works by German artist, Carsten Höller .
The idea is to print funny quotes, jokes, or any other funny message on a floor sticker and then apply it where people stand to form a queue (i.e. in front of money tills, ATMs, airport check-in desks, etc). Benefits: - People will have something funny and enjoyable to spend their time with, while waiting in a queue (queuing will become less boring). - People reading these messages will become more relaxed and less frustrated, hence will smile more. - When their turn to be served comes, people that had been queuing will be less aggressive and more polite towards the employees serving them, simply because of being in a better mood due to the funny messages.
Armed with an arsenal of custom light painting tools (various LED and xenon flashlights) he designed himself, Trevor Williams creates mesmerizing effects that must be seen to be believed.
The “Augmented Structures v1.1: Acoustic Formations / İstiklâl Caddesi” exhibition by Salon2 in Istanbul, Turkey, plays with sound, music, light, video, mathematics, visual arts and architecture for a new type of building and streetscape experience. Each of these disciplines is transformed into another, creating a multi-sensory experience on the “living canvas.” This interdisciplinary design provides a glimpse into what buildings might look like in the future.
How does the construction of a public space affect how we interact with it?
We don’t typically think about how architecture affects how we navigate a city or town. It’s such a naturalized part of the experience that we tend to ignore how restricted our movement can truly be.
As Augmented Reality apps become more ubiquitous our dreams for the potential of the technology increase. Can you imagine a world where the the hovering social network information, travel information or map directions integrate seamlessly with the real world? Currently relegated to tablets and phones, it is difficult to imagine Augmented Reality (AR) transcending the level of novelty without divesting themselves from these trappings first.
This interesting piece of interactive public art is a mirrored installation called Bâtiment (Building) by Buenos Aires-based artist Leandro Erlich .
Local history by SMS 2007
UN goals furthered From 2006-2008 Candy was involved with Global Studio , a program where international students, academics and professionals come together in one city for a month to learn from and collaborate with community organizations. Initiated by the UN Millennium Development Goals , the program has worked in Istanbul in 2005, Vancouver in 2006, and Johannesburg in 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Création 2010 Aurélie Gandit - conception et danse Marie Cambois - regard extérieur