We love these glitch inspired textiles that are woven in the style of 64bit binary excerpts!
Mac OS X iTunes 10.6.3 (25) 64bit binary excerpts rendered as RGB images, woven into blankets.
The first two pieces in a new series of blankets dedicated to making visible the data structures that make up our everyday lives.
A common paradigm in the new media genre are pieces that reflect some aspect of the viewer’s visual appearance - virtual “mirrors” that take in live video input (usually via webcam) and then feed back that visual data in intriguing ways. My interest in using this technology is not to simply present a two dimensional “mirror,” but to combine that effect with 3D graphics, creating an onscreen virtual space that is sculptural and architectural, as well as, graphical. I call the approach “3D Video Sculpture.
Trails #1” and “Trails #2” are interactive works using a webcam and specialized software to generate interactive 3D Video Sculptures on a computer screen. - Tang
Colorful canopy of lanterns in Seoul, South Korea.
The Hotel Bubble in France.
Bubble Rooms – ideas, used by two hotels in France. Small bubbles are designed by designer Pierre-Stephane Dumas, they allow you to stay in the room, but at the same time as though and in the open air.
Light Show at Hayward Gallery, London
Work by: David Batchelor, Leo Villareal, Jim Campbell, + Brigitte Kowanz