Posted: December 7th, 2012 | Author: Michael Iauch | Filed under: IMAGES, INAUGURAL VISUAL GESTURES, PERFORMANCES, PROJECTS | Comments Off
Hymn to the Night audio clip
I recorded a night and then played it back to the following night. I recorded that night and layered it over the first night, playing this back to the third night. I continued to record, layer and play back these previous nights to the current night. This recording sequences 25 nights together.
Posted: October 15th, 2012 | Author: Young Briggy | Filed under: IMAGES, Propositions | Comments Off
Posted: September 18th, 2012 | Author: Young Briggy | Filed under: PHOTO REPORTS, Walking | Comments Off
I’m not good at blog stuff, so I think I put the photos in here. You guys, Northgate is a WEIRD ZONE. Half dead mall gasping along. No one there. Functional carousel. Knockoff Cinnabon. Conversation with my mom that turned to ‘what will we do about the half of our family who is voting for Mitt Romney?’.
Posted: September 12th, 2012 | Author: MT | Filed under: IMAGES, PHOTO REPORTS, PRESENTATIONS, PROJECTS, SOCIAL METHODS, SUBCULTURAL & RADICAL GROUPS | Comments Off
I used to work in Manhattan in a corporate office. Every lunch, I would break out of this cubicle world and walk the streets. I wanted to be out there and be creative, although of course my job as a 3d artist was meant to be creative as well. But that’s not the same. Lunchbreak was my time to be an artist, a real artist not a creative professional. I had a crappy point and shoot camera in my hand and took pictures of random passerby’s, from the hip. Random pictures at first, but with practice I started seeing through my wrist; I began to roughly aim at interesting subjects, corporate people in a hurry, static homeless people, tourists etc. These walks and what I call “walk by shootings” became an obsession of sorts. The financial meltdown ended this chapter of my life. What follows are some of these shots:
Posted: September 11th, 2012 | Author: MT | Filed under: Games, IMAGES, PROJECTS | Comments Off
The conceptualization of new communal forms requires new languages. I felt compelled to analyze Marquis de Sade’s 120 Days of Sodom
utilizing word-cloud generator Wordle.
Posted: April 29th, 2009 | Author: LH | Filed under: IMAGES, PROJECTS | 95 Comments »
The two themes of this project has been “the end times”and the relationship between the Christian and the secular culture. Coming from the very secular country Sweden I could not help noticing how these two cultures tend to merge here in the south. The aesthetics and messages of Evangelical churches, and this subculture at large, has been one source of inspiration for me. Another is the author Flannery O´Connor and her cryptic, enigmatic stories on similar themes.
Posted: April 28th, 2009 | Author: SK | Filed under: IMAGES, PROJECTS | 96 Comments »
I chose this online community to help bridge the gap in my understanding of both the Open Source movement and the public domain. Like software developers, the members of the community have virtually no interaction beyond their participation on the message board (which is built on open source software). There are mainstream alternatives to this community in the form of tennis blogs and magazines that provide the equivalent of “firm produced software” because they have intellectual property rights on their products. In contrast, this tennis community is based around members’ discussing/debating various issues surrounding the sport and intellectual property rights aren’t asserted over its contents. Finally, this community deals almost exclusively in text, images, and video/audio files related to the sport. These are all units of creation that the public domain is concerned about.
Members of this online community collaborated to created this image and text to represent their interest in the sport and to represent the community itself. Like Open Source developers, they critiqued each others’ works and reached consensus on the final image.
Posted: February 10th, 2009 | Author: CA | Filed under: INAUGURAL VISUAL GESTURES, Uncategorized | 87 Comments »
Posted: February 9th, 2009 | Author: RS | Filed under: INAUGURAL VISUAL GESTURES, Uncategorized | 98 Comments »