Liquid Stranger – The Gargon

“Life starts getting weird when you realize this whole thing is just a dream and you’re not actually a human, but an infinite undulating mass of energy.” — Synovia Revival

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The Drone That Will Change Graffiti?


“Just as autonomous drone technology in the military sphere will challenge structures of accountability and responsibility, KATSU’s graffiti drone, which he hopes will soon be capable of autonomously creating its own artworks, challenges our notions of authorship, creativity and power: Who’s the artist, the human or the machine? Likewise, just as the drone has expanded the physical and surveillant reach of militaries and governments, what will it mean in the hands of the citizen and the artist? In the cities where artists constantly seek to place their artwork in the most unreachable places, the drone could become a powerful tool of art and vandalism.” w/ photos

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Magic Cathedral Carpets?!


Magic Carpets 2014′ by french artist Miguel Chevalier is an interactive light display spread out across the floor of the former sacré coeur church in Casablanca, Morocco. Covering it with a huge layer of light, the work references the world of biology, microorganisms, and cellular automata – as cells have the ability to multiply in abundance, divide and merge at different paces. Pieces come together, fall apart and transform in shape at rapid speeds. The displayed organic universe mingles with a digital construction of overlapping pixels.” w/ photos + videos

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Detailed Castles Etched Onto Grains Of Sand


“Vik and Marcelo spent four long years on trial-and-error experiments before they could successfully create the tiny, magnificent drawings. Each piece of art is less than half a millimeter in size – an inconsequential fleck of sand to the naked eye. Together, they devised a process involving both antiquated technology and innovative visual tools. Vik first created the sketches using a camera Lucida – an optical superimposition device from the 1800s that uses a prism to turn images in front of the viewer into projections on paper. Using this technique, he was able to trace the tiny castles.” w/ photos + video

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Cutting Edge Animatronics!

“Acclaimed artist Jordan Wolfson’s imagination brought this animatronic figure to life with a little help from his friends at Spectral Motion. The piece is currently being exhibited at David Zwirner Gallery in New York. The figure incorporates facial recognition technology, allowing her to focus on, and unnervingly follow, visitors at the exhibition.” — Liquid Silver

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Turning Crowds Into Light Canvases With PixMob

“At events like Tiesto’s Hakkasan Vegas show, the Winter Olympics & Superbowl XVLIII, PixMob creates elaborate human light canvases from crowds, turning each fan into an LED pixel. Take a look into the innovative technology powering their immersive, interactive light shows.” — TCP

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Jim Campbell’s Sculptural LED Light Installations

“Artist Jim Campbell details the inspiration and custom electronics behind his new series of light installations currently on display at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York City. The exhibition ranges from LED panels that project ultra low-resolution Kodachrome home movies, to topographic LED sculptures created from transparent, molded resin.” — The Creators Project

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Spinning Wheel Art

“Manually creating hypnotic patterns on a spinning turntable. There are several segments of 5 min or so each, and I couldn’t resist watching it all.” — Steve Esterly

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