Painted Pulp Papier by Sandra Chevrier
Sandra’s process begins with beautifully evocative female portraits, which she then smothers with torn out comic books pages, the penetratingly deep gaze of her make-believe models forever bound and silenced by the iconic fantasy heroes meant to empower them.
Playa by Ruben Dhers
Sound installation features 14 guitars with hanging computer-controlled fans - the result is beautiful ambient music - video below:
14 acoustic guitars, 31 dc motors, 300 m cable, fabric and computer.
Neues Museum Weimar, Alemania
Paintings by Mary Iverson
Photographer Loves Math, Graphs Her Images
Here are some of the pictures the photographer named Nikki Graziano have captured. Graziano, is a math and photography student at Rochester Institute of Technology, she overlays graphs and their corresponding equations onto her carefully composed photos.
“I wanted to create something that could communicate how awesome math is, to everyone,” she says.
Graziano doesn’t go out looking for a specific function but lets one find her instead. Once she’s got an image she likes, Graziano whips up the numbers and tweaks the function until the graph it describes aligns perfectly with the photograph. See more of her Found Functions series at Nikkigraziano.com.
THE EVENT OF A THREAD
Death by Geometry by Esther Stocker
Squidsoup - Submergence (2013)
Submergence is a highly immersive, mixed reality experience that challenges perceptions of space and presence. Imagine walking through a virtual world, where pixels on a screen are replaced by thousands of points of light floating in space. Imagine that these points of light create environments, atmospheres and physical spaces that you can enter, affect and immerse yourself in.
With 8,064 points of light suspended in a physical walkthrough space, Submergence is the culmination of a five year research project exploring interactive media experiences that occupy physical space.
Previously - Ocean of Light
Chris Klapper: Prana
PRANA consists of approximately 2000 hand-cast sphere-like shapes, spanning a 20-foot wall. Using light as its medium, PRANA translates various breathing responses to express the subtle interactions of life in its physical form. The installation utilizes a network of sensors by digital techniques and programmed processes to convey changes in the physical environment and interactions encountered with its audience. During this exchange, breath creates an intimate relationship between the viewer and the piece. PRANA, Sanskrit for “breath,” is responsible for the beating of the heart and bringing life to every cell throughout the circulatory system. The project becomes a statement on the interconnectedness of all things in nature, and in life. It is a sculptural installation constructed into an organic whole. The community and PRANA mutually engage in a physical conversation through both art and technology.
Partnered with Electrical Engineer Jen Lusker to create Prana.
** my friend Collin Stafford made this work.
I absolutely crazy love everything about this.
Check out his blog for more info about this work and see more of his art.
“thumbprint portrait” by cheryl sorg
(have a look at her etsy shop)
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