30 juillet 2012

22 mai 2012

Walk of light, Daan Roosegaarde

Dune 4.2 is a permanent interactive landscape besides the river Maas in Rotterdam, NL. This public artwork of 60 meters utilizes less than 60 Watts while intuitively interacting with the behavior of its visitors; rendering it a sustainable as well as cutting-edge concept.

Here the people of Rotterdam have a daily 'walk of light'; in this collective experience between humans, technology and landscape.


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20 avril 2012

Stickwork, by Patrick Dougherty.

Combining his carpentry skills with his love of nature, Patrick Dougherty utilizes primitive techniques of building to experiment with tree saplings as construction material.


More StickWork.

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Kinetic Jewelry, by Dukno Yoon.

10 avril 2012

06 avril 2012

Fly tweet, by David Bowen.

David Bowen gave a keyboard and a twitter account to a fly colony.


"As the flies move and interact inside their home they fly over the keys on the keyboard. These movements are collected in real-time via video. As a particular key is triggered by the flies the key’s corresponding character is entered into a twitter text box. When 140 characters are reached or the flies trigger the “enter” key the message containing the accumulated characters is tweeted."

You may also like to read : Real-time simulations by David Bowen.

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05 avril 2012

Pulse Room, by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer.

"Pulse Room" consists of 100 to 300 incandescent light bulbs that flash according to the heart rate of visitors.

More about Rafael Lozano-Hemmer.


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Sans toucher terre, Vojtěch Fröhlich.

Vojtěch Fröhlich climbing through the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague without touching the ground.


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30 mars 2012

Yayoi Kusama's Obliteration Room

Yayoi Kusama's interactive Obliteration Room begins as an entirely white space, furnished as a monochrome living room, which people are then invited to 'obliterate' with multi-coloured stickers.



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