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Browsing articles by " peretz " My close friends are behind the project. They are talented, enthusiastic and competent. There is only one day left to fund this kickstarter, so please chip in and spread the word on your networks!
Founded in 1999, the Rhizome ArtBase is an online archive of new media art containing some 2151 art works, and growing. The ArtBase encompasses a vast range of projects by artists all over the world that employ materials such as software, code, websites, moving images, games and browsers to aesthetics and critical ends. We welcome submissions to the ArtBase; they are reviewed by our curatorial staff on a monthly basis. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
The images in this gallery could be Damien Hirst spin paintings or examples of pop art, but they are actually maps of the planets, moons and asteroids in our solar system created from information gleaned by spacecraft and telescopes. This is a geologic map of the far side of the moon based on data from the Apollo space missions, Lunar orbiter spacecraft and Russian Zond spacecraft. The far side of the moon is permanently turned away from the Earth. It is much more heavily cratered compared to the near side.
03/21/2013 | Vanessa Ruiz | Noah Scalin, the genius behind Skull-A-Day and many many other creative ventures, also happens to be a rockstar in the band, League of Space Pirates . Animated and directed by Georgiy Kuznetsov .
Conditioner - Royal Hospital, 2010 tubes, plastics, ventilators, photo's, video, antiseptic air Bunker project by galerie West, The Haque Photo: Jhoeko The works ‘Conditioner’ consists of a ventilation shaft, which leads through the gallery space, converting the air from the gallery into antiseptic air. This disinfect air we know to be clean but it doesn’t feel healthy and the first association upon entering the space is with illness. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
I'd love to add those electronically activated glass panels to it so that parts of the maze could be turned opaque at random. Creating the impression of solid walls to direct people toward transparent 'exits' that turn out to be dead ends. Also massively disorienting, as it would give any poor lost souls the impression of the layout changing every few minutes when some panels 'appear' and others 'disappear'.
Listed for the past 30 years as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Palace of Versailles constitutes one of the finest achievements of French art of the 17th century. The former hunting lodge of Louis XIII was transformed and extended by his son Louis XIV who installed here the Court and the government of France in 1682. Up until the French Revolution, a line of kings succeeded each other, each taking his turn to embellish the Palace. http://youtu.be/hsVa6bKwSvA