As Robert Henke sets of on his tour with the new project Lumière, kicking off in NYC on the 10th May, we offer a little preview of what is to come.
Created by Ralf Baecker and produced by the LEAP gallery in Berlin, Mirage is an installation that uses muscle wires to move a mirror that reflects a laser beam into a shape of a landscape.
YCAM is wrapping their 10th Anniversary program by showing installations by Ryuichi Sakamoto and Shiro Takatani at the centre.
The school has completed the The First Class and presented projects, work in progress and collaborations at the Eyebeam Art and Technology Center. CAN selects and presents 5 great projects that have drawn our attention.
For its summer project in 2013, Mudam’s Publics Department invited Yuri Suzuki to conceive Looks Like Music, an audiovisual installation based on his work with Colour Chaser – beautifully designed but minimal vehicle that detects and follows a black line whilst it reads crossing coloured lines and translates them as RGB data into sound.
This year Alpha-ville teams up with one of the most distinguished cultural institutions BFI to present the UK premiere of Ryoichi Kurokawa’s new audiovisual concert Syn_ and CAN has two tickets to give away!
Currently on show at the ACME. gallery in Los Angeles is a piece by John Carpenter titled trailers_anemone, an interactive installation that explores fluid, undulating trails of light through time and space.
Joachim Sauter of ART+COM collaborates with Icelandic musician Ólafur Arnalds to explore poetic synergy of music and mechanical motion in a space in the MADE gallery space in Berlin.
For its twentieth anniversary HUGO now celebrates the adventurous and unpredictable path creativity takes. In collaboration with a unique selection of twenty international leading creators and inspiring inventors, HUGO showcases this spirit of not following at the Saatchi Gallery London.
Montreal, the beginning of May, a dark performance space illuminated by an otherworldly glow; this combination of factors could only mean one thing – Elektra! CAN was on hand at the 14th edition of the venerable Canadian digital arts festival to soak up the proceedings and we’ve prepared the following overview of some of the (well, our) highlights.
Exhibition in Berlin’s Olympus Photography playground explores sound in visual form combining simple interaction with speaker and liquid waves.
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