In certain types of engineering practices, there’s this idea that the computer and mathematics itself are sort of a-cultural. That they only exist in their own technical and formal world. Every computer system is built within a social and historical context of its time. ~Professor Fox Harrell Last year, I delved into work and research […]
What happens when you gather one million stolen Facebook profile photos, filter them through face-recognition software, put them on a dating website, and show the work internationally? You’ve got some thought-provoking art. If you haven’t seen or heard of this project, I suggest you check out the genius behind Face to Facebook created by Paolo Cirio […]
fragments of RGB – 02 from onformative on Vimeo. Interactive installation, Fragments of RGB, created by onformative, which is a generative design firm in Berlin, Germany. The piece uses an LED screen coupled with the viewer’s movements to create changes in perception and perspective.
Click on the images to learn more about the artist, Fernando Orellana, and his current show at Satellite 66 gallery. It was fantastic meeting the artist and talking about new media, electronic, and robotic art. Review to follow. Hang tight. Will be posting soon…
I’m a sucker for interviews. I can’t help it. I find them inspirational (especially when the questions asked get at the why and how of someone’s success story). Artist, Matt Ganucheau, shares all the great stuff with me and I’m seriously grateful for him sharing his wealth of knowledge in arts and technology. Kudos (again) […]