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Seeper — arts and technology collective - Nightly

Mont Orgueil Castle set the scene for a new kind of battle. The ancient structure stood immutable as a torrent of light was unleashed by the creative minds at seeper, bursting upon the old stones with a new-era vengeance. Art and technology, in perfect congress, mounted a spectacular assault upon this icon of a violent history. The result was not fear, but wonder. The hill exploded with life and art; organic and digital forms seamlessly taking their places as part of the ageing monument, repainting it, eager to bring us into renewed contact with our past. Because art reconnects us with our history, creating new relationships with things long dead.

How To Project On 3D Geometry Russian | French | Italian Note that due to the manual nature of the described approach your results will not be perfect, but can be quite good depending on your patience. Introduction laboratories - about aaron siegel Aaron Siegel (b.1983) is a transdisciplinarian with a concentration in computational information design. He received his BFA in Digital Media Art from the Cadre Laboratory for New Media at San Jose State University in 2006, and his MFA in Design|Media Art from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2008. His motivation comes from interesting data sets, interfaces, and social justice applications. His work utilizes data visualization to address complex systems of power structures and networks of influence. He aims to achieve an overlapping relationship with aesthetic representations of data and scientific empiricism.

Geosphere - Nightly One of seeper’s goals is finding new and innovative ways for us to interact with technology, art and the world around us. We believe that our technology should be instinctive, natural additions to our lives: there to enrich, simplify and harmonise. The Geosphere is a new outlet for this quest. Created for the PufferSphere – a multitouch, spherical screen developed in collaboration with Pufferfish – this interactive display allows users to navigate the globe and explore the internet in a 3D space. What we have created here is a fresh way to interact with the web, leaving behind the linear, page-to-page method of the past and stepping into a more tangible and embodied relationship with our content.

Flux Studio - Profile project list Flux Studio is a transdisciplinary practice engaged in an investigation of the medium of light and its relationship to our perception of space. This pursuit results in work that spans conventional disciplines of art, design and research. Our experience in architectural, furniture, exhibition, and sustainable design makes Flux Studio a valuable team member on a variety of collaborative projects. We are committed to delivering high quality results that address the ethics and aesthetics of a contemporary design practice while giving careful consideration to the needs of the user / client.

Allard van Hoorn - Personal Website Allard van Hoorn was born on February 29th 1968 in Leiden, the Netherlands. Allard van Hoorn is a sound-, installation- and performance artist collaborating across the disciplines of architecture, design, music, dance and theatre creating visual, acoustic and spatial scripts and scenarios that investigate our relationship to public space. He has been and will be shown at institutions and events like Istanbul Biennale, ISCP Open Studios November 2014, Art Rotterdam 2014 as Focused Artist, Biennale for Urbanism and Architecture 2013 in Shenzhen, Centro Centro - Madrid, MaCRO - Rosario, Rosenthal Contemporary Arts Center - Cincinnati, de Appel arts centre - Amsterdam, Storefront for Art and Architecture - NYC, Hear it!

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