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Art Nerd Invasion presents: Curated by Lori Zimmer ( Art Nerd New York ) Until October 2012 exhibited artwork (and pricelist) | exhibition views | construction & vernissage (Artwork by Ricardo Carvolo)
Introduction. Art and Telematics: A Match Made in Heaven? The marriage of art and technology figures prominently in utopian and dystopian formulations of the future. Following the binary logic of modernist discourse, art and her sisters (which include intuition, nature, and metaphyics) form a set that is mapped in opposition to technology and his brothers (analytic reason, machines, and physics).
The Institute for Speculative Media Presents Websites for Non-Profits and a Kickstarter Project at Exit Glacier Art House Resident Group the Insitute for Speculative Media presents two projects happening this summer at Out North: Websites for Non-Profits is a new media extracurricular program in collaboration Highland Tech Charter, where students will be working in collaborations with Alaskan non-profits designing awesome and dynamic websites. And a brand-spanking new Kickster campaign for the Nathan Shafer's Exit Glacier AR Termini Project , where digital recreations of the former termini at Exit Glacier will become a massive augmented reality art piece. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Gustave Klimt wasn’t the only one getting a faithful, in the flesh reproduction of his works. In Genlux ‘s winter issue, an editorial called Sir Realist shot by Andrew Matusik used surrealist master Rene Magritte ‘s work as inspiration . While the reenactment isn’t always as faithful as Klimt’s, Magritte ’s vision clearly shines through. Check it out and compare it to the originals!
I am super excited about this one – it’s been in the works for quite some time, and I finally get to share a few details. Today, Adobe announced it is entering into a strategic alliance with MAXON, the makers of CINEMA 4D. Here’s why we’re doing it: After Effects works really well with CINEMA 4D. CINEMA 4D works really well with After Effects. The current interoperability exists between these two applications but, at a fundamental level, don’t really talk to each other in a way that’s super productive.
<p><img alt="caalef.gif" src="http://www.turbulence.org/blog/images/caalef.gif" width="180" height="28" border="0" style="float: left; margin: 0px 5px 5px 0px";><h4>LEF + Art Interactive/CAA06</h4><p></p> CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: JANUARY 1, 2006 DEADLINE; BOSTON CAA CONFERENCE at ART INTERACTIVE GALLERY; co-curated by Legier Biederman and Dave Burns. Works on video that convey and/or solicit embodied subjects and/or embodied responses, and thus potentially rupture and/or problematize the notion that acts of viewing cohere us as the discrete and transcendent origins of vision and knowledge. [....]
I recently stumbled across and old toy record player made by Fisher Price in the 1970s. I'm sure many of you will recognise this iconic toy and some of the older Instructables visitors may well have had one. As with many 40-year old toys, it was in a bit of a sad state and a couple of the records had been lost. Technology has moved on since it was manufactured and making some new records for it seemed like a nice way to merge old technology and new. 3D printing a record might seem like the obvious choice these days, but I decided to go with CNC milling.
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Since I started pin-holing the world, I have had the strong desire to make a special camera, with the purpose of shooting just one photograph. The purpose was to sacrifice the camera in the process of photo creation – I wanted the camera to become the photograph. To let you understand, the process from the camera to the photograph is the same that ties the baby bird to the egg: the bird grows protected from the shell and when it's ready breaks it and comes out. This is why I decided to create the Pinhegg – An Egg Pinhole Camera. On the one hand it all seemed so easy – I would create the Pinhegg without breaking the egg, using it as a camera obscura and, upon opening the egg, find the photograph impressed on the shell. Great.
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