Archived entries for artists

Peter Vogel

Peter Vogel, Nagoya Klangwand2
The Sound of Shadows
Interactive Sound Art
Mechanical instruments arranged on a wide plinth and
are  triggered electro-mechanically through photo cells.
The shadows of the illuminated instruments are projected against a wall.

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Ruairi Glynn

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Fearful Symmetry
even the faintest expressions of purposeful behaviour in objects
can bring them to life, in the eye of the observer

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Shuster + Moseley

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Harmonic Lens
‘future relic’

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Daria Jelonek

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Technological Nature is an art research project investigating the imitation, recreation and augmentation of natural phenomena in our everyday life.
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Evan Roth

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Silhouettes – The individual compositions are composed from pieces of the artist’s own Internet browsing data and based on standardized internet advertising proportions.

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Technical Earth

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Mo H. Zareei and Jim Murphy
Explores the combination and interaction of waveforms in one medium with those of another.
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Google Arts & Culture – experiments

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Experiments at the crossroads of art and technology, created by artists and creative coders with Google Arts & Culture

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Freefall

Curator Table

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Satoru Tamura

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Point of Contact
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Mat Collishaw

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All things fall
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Carlo Bernardini

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Julio Le Parc

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“Light was only a means,.. to concretize some of my preoccupations.”
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Nicolas Schöffer

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spatiodynamic sculpture
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Claire Hentschker

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Shining360 (2016) is a 30-minute audio-visual experiment
derived from the physical space within Stanley Kubrick’s film ‘The Shining.’
(photogrammetry)
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Pablo Valbuena

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“…the primacy of subjective experience as a tool to
communicate and the use of light as prime matter.”
Augmented Sculpture
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David Spriggs

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Vision
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Liz West

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Difference is Important

Martin Molin

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Wintergatan – Marble Machine
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Artists and machine intelligence

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Art has always existed in a complex, symbiotic and continually evolving relationship with the technological capabilities of a culture.

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Clement Valla

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The Universal Texture
the clouds are disappearing from Google Earth

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Dmitry Morozov

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Crystall
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Cooper

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Cooper is a 10 year old American Shorthair cat living in Seattle. Once a week he wears a lightweight digital camera fastened to his collar, which snaps a new photo every 2 minutes.

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Jesse England

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His output comprises a variety of gadgets, books, videos and assorted ephemera which comment on the changing landscape of contemporary media generation and consumption.
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Ad Reinhardt

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Abstract Painting, 1963
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Less Is More: Ad Reinhardt’s 12 Rules For Pure Art
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Jacob Kirkegaard

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London Subterraneous

takes the work of seventeenth century alchemist and scientist Athanasius Kircher as inspiration. Kircher was a polymath and inventor, who researched fields as diverse as medicine and Egyptology, and designed and constructed wondrous sound and vision automatons.

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Andreas Müller-Pohle

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Blind Genes. 2002

Following on Digital Scores, which represent the world’s first photograph (Niépce, 1826) in various digital encodings, Blind Genes are derived from a genetic database.

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ZERO

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“Zero is silence. Zero is the beginning. Zero is round. Zero turns. Zero is the moon. The sun is Zero. Zero is white. The desert Zero. The sky above Zero. The night – Zero flows. The Eye Zero. Navel. Mouth. Kiss. The milk is around. The Flower Zero the bird. Silently. Suspended. I eat Zero, Drink Zero, Zero I sleep, I wake Zero, I love Zero. Zero is nice, dynamo, dynamo, dynamo. The trees in the spring, the snow, fire, water, sea. Red orange yellow green blue violet indigo ZeroZero rainbow. 4 3 2 1 Zero. Gold and silver, smoke and mirrors. Wanderzirkus Zero. Zero is silence. Zero is the beginning. Zero is round. Zero is Zero. ”

– ZERO : Catalog Mack Piene Uecker- . Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover 1965

Adrian Sauer

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16,777,216 colors, 125 x 476, Digital C-Print, 2010

Each one of the possible 16,777,216 colours in the 8-bit color mode
is represented exactly one time, and randomly distributed, in the picture

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Helmut Smits

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Dead Pixel in Google Earth
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Doug Rickards

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A New American Picture depicts American street scenes,
located using the internet platform Google Street View.

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Tim Otto Roth

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projective translation of objects into shadows

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Ernst Chladni

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Was one of the pioneers of experimental acoustics. His research on different kinds of vibrations served as the basis for the scientific understanding of sound that later emerged in the 19th century.
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Ruben van der Vleuten

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He installed a camera in a cardboard box and shipped it to himself.

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Matt Richardson

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Descriptive Camera
The basic premise is that you take a photo and the camera spits out a textual description of what it sees. The technology at the core of the Descriptive Camera is Amazon’s Mechanical Turk API.

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Nicholas Felton

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Feltron

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Trevor Paglen

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Trinity Cube (2015)

Irradiated broken glass collected from inside the Fukushima Exclusion Zone forms the outer layer of this sculpture. The work’s inner core is made out of Trinitite, the mineral created on July 16, 1945 when the United States exploded the world’s first atomic bomb near Alamogordo, New Mexico, heating the desert’s surface to the point where it turned surface sand into a greenish glass.

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James Bridle

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The New Aesthetic
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ANTIVJ

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ANTIVJ is a visual label initiated by a group of European artists whose work
is focused on the use of projected light and its influence on our perception.
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Play of Light
The digitally animated shadows are projected onto
two interior rough concrete walls, which mirror each other

Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt

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mitchell whitelaw

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array aesthetics
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Jer Thorp

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“data as a verb.”

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Eno Henze

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“Tomorrow will be like today”
Laser drawing on foto paper.
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Ulf Langheinrich

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Hemisphere

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Gebhard Sengmüller

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“A Parallel Image” is an electronic camera obscura. This media-archaeological, interactive sculpture is based on the fictive assumption that the currently still valid principle of electronically transmitting moving images, namely by breaking them down into single images and image lines, was never discovered.
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Light & Jelly

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Light & Jelly” is series of lamps cast in jelly
by Le Creative Sweatshop and
photographed by Fabrice Fouillet.

Lori Hepner

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Korpo Gesture 2526
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Marco Fusinato

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Marco Fusinato. Mass Black Implosion (Shaar, Iannis Xenakis). 2012
To make these drawings Fusinato chose a point on the page and then ruled a line from every note in the composition back to that point.

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Julian Oliver

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Steganography
Using a method known as as steganography, the volatile data is embedded into images matching ‘island getaway’ and ‘beach paradise’, a comforting counter-balance to the bleakness and anxiety enshrouding the NSA and GCHQ leaks.

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Stoffel Debuysere

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As Time Goes By

“All things move, all things run, all things are rapidly changing. A profile is never motionless before our eyes, but it constantly appears and disappears. On account of the persistency of an image upon the retina, moving objects constantly multiply themselves; their form changes like rapid vibrations, in their mad career. Thus a running horse has not four legs, but twenty, and their movements are triangular.”
— Umberto Boccioni, ‘Futurist Painting: Technical Manifesto’ (1910)

Diagonal Thoughts

Lucas Blalock

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I started to think of the real and the false in this way partially through Jean-Luc Godard, which, in turn, led me to Bertolt Brecht’s ideas about theatre, and gave me a model for thinking about photography. link
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Susan Hiller

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Homage to Marcel Duchamp
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