Created by Charlie Behrens, this short film is intended to encourage a creative audience to seek out Kevin Slavin’s talk “Those Algorithms Which Govern Our Lives”. It employs an effect which takes place in Google Earth when its 3D street photography and 2D satellite imagery don’t register correctly.
This glitch is applied as a metaphor for the way that our 21st century supercities are physically changing to suit the needs of computer algorithms rather than human employees.
A 28 page research document about the various stages of the project can be found here. Includes references, history of glitch and much more.
- Mesh Grammars: Studies for a Dome by Dillenburger & Hansmeyer Mesh Grammars: Studies for a Dome is a project by Benjamin Dillenburger & Michael Hansmeyer trying to create "highly articulated architecture using a novel method of folding". The duo designed a series of domes by folding a surface over and over again, using a dynamic process entitled mesh grammars. Domes have a long architectural lineage extending into prehistory, and have always long been an expression of both technical and artistic skills. Our aim is to expand this typology with a new language of form in an extreme resolution of detail that could not be achieved using traditional processes.We develop a process called mesh grammars that combines mesh refinement techniques with the logic of shape grammars. Unlike traditional shape grammars, mesh grammars do not consider isolated objects but always view objects as embedded in a network – the mesh. Read more about the project here and see also other "grammars". Benjamin Dillenburger is an architect with focus on computational architecture. He currently works as researcher and lecturer at the Chair for CAAD, ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Open 1-Gigapixel […]
- Maps by Kim Asendorf – Colour and Topography Kim Asendorf uses Google Maps to explore incomprehensive complexity of landscape as colour and […]
- Glitch Textiles – Phillip Stearns uses short circuited cameras to create blanket patterns The following are a set of 60x40" woven blankets by Phillip Stearns, produced using images generated from short circuited cameras as pattern sources. These objects are layered deep with irony: a digital photograph made with a broken camera is mechanically woven as a blanket commonly advertised as a kitsch object---something meant to cherish memories now becomes a way to cherish corrupted memory; the cold logic of digital systems is fashioned into a warm […]
- N Building.app [iPhone] N Building is a commercial structure located near Tachikawa station amidst a shopping district. The team at Qosmo working together with teradadesign architecture studio thought of using QR Code (two-dimensional bar code) as the facade of the building. By reading the QR Code with your mobile device you can obtain up to date shop information but the fun doesn't end there. Using the iPhone with specially developed application you can see what is happening inside the building with people's comments made on online appearing in speech bubbles. You can also browse shop information, make reservations and download coupons (see video). The building is detected in real time by its shape. Characters are then superimposed over the live video. Twitter feed comments are located via GPS tagging. Store information, reservations and other infrastructure is part of the iPhone application. The iPhone application is not for sale in the iTunes App Store, but is available to interested parties on request. The project is a collaboration between teradadesign + Qosmo. For more information see this post by Nao Tokui, CEO of Qosmo Inc. (Thanks […]
- Patatap – Portable animation and sound kit by jonobr1 and Lullatone Patatap is a portable animation and sound kit for iOS that allows you to play with versatile melodies charged with colourful geometric […]
- Time Tilings – Dissolution of boundaries between real and perceived Created by Pablo Valbuena, Time Tilings are four site-specific interventions that explore the overlap of the physical and the virtual, the generation of mental spaces by the observer, the dissolution of the boundaries between real and […]
- YouGlitch [openFrameworks, Mac] The Software (Corrupt.Video) allows its users to glitch videos stored on their computer, videos from their webcam or their desktop in realtime. When a clip is recorded, a 10 seconds video and an animated GIF are saved locally and automatically uploaded to uglitch.com. Currently only available for Mac, iPhone/iPad version is in the works. YouGlitch is a project by Martial Geoffre-Rouland and Benjamin Gaulon, based on Corrupt, a web based Glitch Art Software allowing its user to upload and share corrupted images on www.corrupt.recyclism.com. YouGlitch was created using openFrameworks using ofxGifEncoder addon from Jesus Gollonet. Fork YouGlitch on github. uglitch.com See […]
- Black Mirror [Events] Black Mirror is a projection sculpture by Robert Seidel currently on show at the Young Projects gallery in Los angeles. A combination of laser-cut paper in gallery space with projected imagery, overwhelm with richness and visual depth. “Since my first works I’m interested in arranging fractured memories to abstract-organic „Tableaux Vivants“. In a process-based fusion of nature, painting and sculpture a pictorial flow comes to life that connects with the associations of the viewer, so every moment unfolds new rhizomatic connections with the semi- narrative strands.” Black Mirror was created using 3ds max, Max Script and After Effects. The paper parts are based on drawings, inspired by bark beetle traces, then laser cut and plotted. Young Projects, Space B210, Los Angeles March 22nd to August 20th 2011 Credits: Sculpture and Projection: Robert Seidel, Documentation Editor: Falk Müller, Music: Richard Eigner, Curator: Paul Young Project Page Robert Seidel (1977) began studying biology at the Friedrich Schiller University (Jena, Germany) and finished his media design diploma at the Bauhaus University (Weimar, Germany). His films have been shown in a museal context at ZKM (Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe), MOCA Taipei and Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp as well as hundreds of festivals (Prix Ars Electronica, onedotzero, DOTMOV, IFF Rotterdam, EMAF), galleries, magazines, books and TV programmes worldwide. New works were presented in Seoul, Milano, Los Angles and Altenburg this […]
Posted on: 12/10/2012
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