Bilder: Bookcase Apartment

Bookcase Apartment (Brasilien): Weiter bei

Skulptur: Pixel Pour 2.0

Mercer Street in New York City. Weiter bei

Bilder: Bangkok University Creative Center

“Supermachine’s work in the Bangkok University Creative Centre (BUCC) – about 600 square meters in total – includes a workshop, library, exhibition space, viewing room and office.” Text und Bilder bei The Cool Hunter

Topologies (Excerpt)

“Topologies is a new instalment of the ongoing Strata Series. Differently from the previous Strata pieces, Topologies does not describe a process of transformation, rather it focuses into the observation of objects that are already fully transformed. The subjects of these new pieces are two iconic paintings from the Prado Museum’s collection: “Las Meninas” of Velazquez and “L’ Immacolata Concezione” of Tiepolo. Following the rules behind their visual composition and colours, the two masterpieces have been transformed into digital fabrications through the use of custom software. Topologies consist in the exploration of the digital objects created by this transformation process. The outcome is not a narrative film but rather separate objects of contemplation… Literally “digital paintings”.” – Quayola, Vimeo.
Photos from the installation at BFI Gallery in London

Sound: Matthias Kispert, Custom Software: Mauritius Seeger, Assistants: Kieran Gee-Finch, Cai Matthews, Commissioned by onedotzero.

Jim Kazanjian: Composite Photographs

“Portland artist Jim Kazanjian‘s body of work consists of crisply composed digital images that explore the surrealist side of space and architecture. drawing from literary influences such as h.p. lovecraft and algernon blackwood, kazanjian’s pictorials illustrate a fantasy-driven world that seemingly celebrates relics and decay.” Weiterlesen bei Designboom

Neue Gegenwart / 2011

Neue Gegenwart dankt für Ihr Interesse im Jahr 2010 und wünscht einen guten Rutsch!

Link: “Top 10 Real-Time Web Products of 2010″

“Last year, when we looked at the top real-time Web products of 2009, we predicted that in 2010 the real-time Web was “likely to become a standard expectation on sites all around the world”. Indeed, as we look back on the last year we find that many of the big innovations in terms of the real-time Web come in the form of implementations by companies like Google and Facebook. At the same time, there are still smaller players in the realm that have changed how (and how fast) we expect information on the Web to move and people interact.” Weiterlesen bei ReadWriteWeb

Link: “Facebook Makes Big New Move to Capture More User Data”

“Facebook today unveiled an incredibly simple new service that will allow any website owner to hand over user registration for their site to Facebook, undoubtedly something countless independent sites have considered since seeing the disaster that resulted from the hacking of Gawker’s user account info earlier this month.” Von Marshall Kirkpatrick, weiterlesen bei ReadWriteWeb.

Link: “Google’s Body Browser is a Google Earth for Human Physiology”

“Google has mapped just about every traffic artery you could ever want to locate on Google Maps, but what if the thruway you’re looking for isn’t on any road atlas? To help you tell your axillary artery from your common carotid, Google has created a G-Maps-like searchable guide for the human body that lets you zoom, scroll, and search for every muscle, gland, nerve, bone, or organ in our common physiology.”

Weiterlesen bei PopSci (Clay Dillow)

Theo Jansens Strandkreaturen (Videos)

Die Skulpturen von Theo Jansen bewegen sich mit Windkraft fort:

Theo Jansen auf der TED-Konferenz 2007
Theo Jansens Lebenslauf bei Wikipedia

Siamesis (2010)

Animaris Umerus (2009)

Sabulosa (1993)


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