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Sisyphus Office Exhibition, Houston 2009. on the Behance Network "What I do at work when I'm supposed to be working" is the title of an installation created by artist David Fullarton as his contribution to an exhibition project called Sisyphus Office , based in Houston, Texas. The artists involved in the project collaborated with businesses and offices in and around Houston throughout 2009. Organized and curated by Jonn Herschend of The Thing Quarterly , the project's stated aim was to "highlight art as an integral and necessary distraction in our day to day life,... to examine the artifice that keeps us clinging to reality and distracted from the void. Sisyphus Office is about punching the clock, and then punching it againbut harder the second time.
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Constructor | sodaplay.com created by soda , last modified on 24 Aug 2007. Sodaconstructor is a construction kit for interactive creations using masses and springs. By altering physical properties like gravity, friction, and speed, curiously anthropomorphic models can be made to walk, climb, wriggle, jiggle, or collapse into a writhing heap. Launch Constructor Permanent url for this item: http://sodaplay.com/creators/soda/items/constructor Use the html snipplet below to add a thumb nail image to most sites: <a href="http://sodaplay.com/creators/soda/items/constructor" title="open this item on sodaplay.com"><img src="http://sodaplay.com/creators/soda/items/constructor.png" width="120" height="80" alt="Constructor" /></a>
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ball Use the Previous and Next buttons to browse user-submitted balls. Right-click and drag (or click and drag in the white space) to rotate the ball. Subdivide the ball’s faces 0, 1, 2 or 3 times. The ball will be reset with current stroke, fill and alpha settings. Three levels of alpha (full, 50%, none) can be combined with fill and stroke colors. Set the fill color by clicking in the upper part of the palette, for stroke color click in the lower part.
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