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  • GIANO_036

    a3reel:

    Parallelamente si è proceduto con le sperimentazioni sui tripodi, cercando di ottenere una distribuzione su tutta la mesh che non andasse a ricreare griglie, ricercando una certa diversità tra le fasce di tripodi.

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    Sulle mesh di dimensioni maggiori si nota come gli agents vadano a seguire…

    (via theklob)


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  • Line Segments Space - Kimchi and Chips from Mimi Son on Vimeo.

    LINE SEGMENTS SPACE
    Kimchi and Chips, 2013
    Projection, Nylon string, Code

    CONCEPT
    An architectural web of threads subtends a null space. It hangs abstract and undefined, a set of thin positive elements segmenting the dark negative space between. Dynamic imaginary forms are articulated into the physical volume by the material of this thread, and the semi-material of the light. The visual gravity of the filaments occupying the space between.

    A 2D canvas is reduced from a surface piece into a line segment, but then constructed into another dimension, a volume. Light creates contrast and order on the lines to articulate digital matter. Digital forms inhabit the interconnected boundaries of space, becoming incarnate as visual mass.

    The artists reference Picasso’s light painting, and Reticuláreas of Gego who’s work offers a contemplation of the material and immaterial, time and space, origin and encounter and art and technology.

    EXHIBITION
    Line Segments Space was presented at Seoul Art Space Gumcheon in 2013 as part of Da Vinci Idea exhibition of new works.

    Line Of Sight (a ‘live install’ edition of Line Segments Space) will be presented at Resonate 2014 in collaboration with artist Andreas Müller and composer Jan Nemeček.

    CREDITS

    ARTISTS
    Mimi Son
    Elliot Woods

    SOUND DESIGN
    Junghoon Pi (junghoonpi.com)

    PRODUCTION ASSISTANT
    Chamsae

    kimchiandchips.com


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  • wblut:

Distressed Torus on Flickr.

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  • fohk:

numen/for use

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  • we:mantra from Crossed lab on Vimeo.

    Création originale : Don Niño, Cubenx et Antoine Schmitt
    Co-production : Crossed lab - Stereolux

    Biographie
    En Août 2012, la maison de disques InFiné provoque la rencontre entre le musicien français anglophone Don Niño et le musicien producteur électronique mexicain Cubenx. C’est sur la scène de la Carrière du Normandoux, que les deux musiciens dévoilent une première création envoûtante autour de riffs ancestraux de sitar, de nappes de claviers et d’électronique minimaliste et enchantent les 600 spectateurs présents. Le succès de cette première expérience commune encourage Don Niño et Cubenx à fonder le projet WE:MANTRA en 2013, transcendé par l’arrivée du plasticien Antoine Schmitt.

    WE: MANTRA est un concert/performance alliant musique et art vidéo.

    Musicalement, le jeu réussit un mélange étonnant autour du sitar indien, des claviers analogiques vintage et de l’électronique minimale.

    Les neuf « Moods » de la musique traditionnelle indienne sont explorés par les musiciens au cours du concert (Cosmique, Héroïque, Erotique, Effrayant, Merveilleux …) dans des mantras retro futuristes. Visuellement, Antoine Schmitt, crée en live un univers génératif nourri de minimalisme et de formes ancestrales.

    La première de ce spectacle a lieu lors du Festival Scopitone, à Stéréolux à Nantes en septembre 2013.

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    Original creation : Don Niño, Cubenx et Antoine Schmitt
    Co-production : Crossed lab - Stereolux

    Biography

    In August 2012 , the record label Infiné proposes a collaboration between french anglophone musician Don Niño and mexican electronic musician and producer Cubenx. It is in La Carriere du Normandoux where the two musicians reveal a mesmerizing first creation, with ancestral sitar riffs wrapped in layers of keyboards and minimalist electronics, enchanting 600 spectators. The success of this first experience encourages Don Niño and Cubenx to create the project WE:MANTRA in 2013, enhanced by the arrival of installation artist Antoine Schmitt.

    Description

    WE: MANTRA is a concert/performance combining music and video art.

    Musically it’s centered around the Indian sitar and vintage analog keyboards laid out over electronic minimalist rhythms.

    The nine “Moods” of traditional Indian music are explored by musicians during the concert (cosmic, heroic, erotic, scary, wonderful…) in retro-futuristic mantras. Visually, Antoine Schmitt creates live a generative world rich of minimalism and ancestral forms .

    The premiere of this show took place at the Scopitone Festival in Nantes Stereolux in September 2013.

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    Montage / Edition : Thibault Maurel de Maillé


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  • Chorus from Dvein on Vimeo.

    "Chorus" is a contribution to This is NOW, an exhibition that took place in Oslo, showcasing international talents in poster art and motion graphics.

    This project started as a poster but quickly evolved into a disturbing video with this mouthlike-character producing weird noises and fusing with the buzz of the exhibition visitors.


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    ligeti, partition, graphical score,


  • AgX - Promo Clip from Grayson Cooke on Vimeo.

    AgX is an art-science project about the chemical dissolution of memory and the image. AgX questions the constitution of the photographic image; its chemical make-up, its signifying content, its durability in culture and the world.

    This promo contains selected excerpts from the full project, which is a dual-channel audio-visual installation made up of two single-channel works, “HNO3” and “H2O2”, with a soundtrack produced by Seattle-based sound artist and composer Rafael Anton Irisarri. Each work explores the effects of different strong acids and chemical compounds on photographic negatives — nitric acid, sulphuric acid, acetic acid, sodium hypochlorite, silver nitrate and many others.

    Image, concept, edit: Grayson Cooke
    Sound: Rafael Anton Irisarri
    Science consultation: Amanda Reichelt-Brushett

    This project has been produced with the support of the School of Arts and Social Sciences and the School of Environment, Science and Engineering, at Southern Cross University.


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  • La Caja Oscura de Javier Corvalán, Asunción, Paraguay from Pedro Kok on Vimeo.

    For domus 968 (April 2013), I visited Javier Corvalán’s Caja Oscura, in a rural area near Asunción, Paraguay. A house that has a simple and ingenious mechanism for its uncovering: a concealed volume that dynamically opens to the landscape.

    Para a revista domus 968 (abril 2013), visitei a Caja Oscura de Javier Corvalán, próximo a Asunción, Paraguai. Uma casa que possui um engenhoso mecanismo que a coloca em movimento: um volume hermético que dinamicamente descobre-se para a paisagem.

    Originally published in Domus 968 - Ipad Edition and domusweb.it/content/domusweb/en/architecture/2013/05/13/tipping_point.html.html
    Video: Pedro Kok / pedrokok.com.br


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  • wishiwassailing:

Never enough math puns

    wishiwassailing:

    Never enough math puns


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  • ratak-monodosico:

Deleuze (1925 - 1995) and Guattari (1932 - 1990) wrote a two - volume work called Capitalism and Schizophrenia: Anti - Oedipus (1972) and A Thousand Plateaus (1980). Their masterpiece was the creation of the “rhizome,” which was a revolutionary methodology for thinking.
 The rhizome had 6 main traits: 
[1] Connection: This refers to the linking of different thoughts in the rhizome.  Ideas are connected at  multiple points.  Any point of any one thought can be linked to any other point in a system of thought.  
[2] Heterogeneity: No link among different thoughts must be linked to parts of the same nature.    A piece of art could be linked to a particular social theory, which could then be linked to a political scandal.  The ideas can be linked to each other in any way, not requiring in homogeneity in their fundamental traits.
[3] Multiplicity: The rhizome is not reducible to one or to multiple. Instead, it is a system of lines.  There are not ‘units’ of the rhizome.  It can be conceived of as a linear system of dimensions, of ‘directions in motion’.  
[4] A signifying rupture: Parts of rhizome can be ruptured, or broken.  This does have a normative meaning.  A broken element or connection in the rhizome does not mean that that element was ‘bad’ or should that a link between ideas should not have existed.  The rhizome continues to exist.  
[5] Cartography: A person enters into the rhizome from a distinct point.  It is not possible to re-enter from the same position many times, or for different people to approach the rhizome from the same position.  Cartography has an intuitive meaning, drawing the understanding the links and parts of the rhizome - creating a map of it.  This allows for a unique conception of the ideas being evaluated, linked, etc, and a formative process that contrasts to tracing. 
[6] Tracing (decalcomania):  Tracing is like tracing a drawing, there is not creation involved.  Tracing the rhizome assumes it static and fails take account of the constantly changing nature of the structure.   Tracing transposes a pre-existing conception of the rhizome and of thought onto elements that do not fit into that framework.  Thus, tracing is opposed the project of conceiving of thought as a rhizomatic scheme. 
- Anne

    ratak-monodosico:

    Deleuze (1925 - 1995) and Guattari (1932 - 1990) wrote a two - volume work called Capitalism and SchizophreniaAnti - Oedipus (1972) and A Thousand Plateaus (1980). Their masterpiece was the creation of the “rhizome,” which was a revolutionary methodology for thinking.

     The rhizome had 6 main traits: 

    [1] Connection: This refers to the linking of different thoughts in the rhizome.  Ideas are connected at  multiple points.  Any point of any one thought can be linked to any other point in a system of thought.  

    [2] HeterogeneityNo link among different thoughts must be linked to parts of the same nature.    A piece of art could be linked to a particular social theory, which could then be linked to a political scandal.  The ideas can be linked to each other in any way, not requiring in homogeneity in their fundamental traits.

    [3] Multiplicity: The rhizome is not reducible to one or to multiple. Instead, it is a system of lines.  There are not ‘units’ of the rhizome.  It can be conceived of as a linear system of dimensions, of ‘directions in motion’.  

    [4] A signifying rupture: Parts of rhizome can be ruptured, or broken.  This does have a normative meaning.  A broken element or connection in the rhizome does not mean that that element was ‘bad’ or should that a link between ideas should not have existed.  The rhizome continues to exist.  

    [5] Cartography: A person enters into the rhizome from a distinct point.  It is not possible to re-enter from the same position many times, or for different people to approach the rhizome from the same position.  Cartography has an intuitive meaning, drawing the understanding the links and parts of the rhizome - creating a map of it.  This allows for a unique conception of the ideas being evaluated, linked, etc, and a formative process that contrasts to tracing. 

    [6] Tracing (decalcomania):  Tracing is like tracing a drawing, there is not creation involved.  Tracing the rhizome assumes it static and fails take account of the constantly changing nature of the structure.   Tracing transposes a pre-existing conception of the rhizome and of thought onto elements that do not fit into that framework.  Thus, tracing is opposed the project of conceiving of thought as a rhizomatic scheme. 


    - Anne

    (Source: dac-marleen-anne, via highminded-lowlife)


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  • cutsquash:

    A different colour sort

    (via fyprocessing)


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  • workman:

ymutate:
Kathleen Petyarr
“Mountain Devil Lizard Dreaming. Winter Storm” 

    workman:

    ymutate:

    Kathleen Petyarr

    “Mountain Devil Lizard Dreaming. Winter Storm” 

    (via wowgreat)


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  • likeafieldmouse:

    Hong Seon Jang - Ruin (2012) - Fishing line & hot glue

    (via blue-voids)


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