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Take An Electrifying Look Inside The World’s First Light Art Museum

Take An Electrifying Look Inside The World’s First Light Art Museum

via Vice Magazine


web development.

web development.



Light Barrier, 2014

Kimchi and Chips create phantoms of light in the air, crossing millions of calibrated beams with their work . The light installation creates floating graphic objects which animate through space as they do through time… As the artist’s inquiry deepens, brush strokes become descriptive like code, detailing reality and allying light with canvas…

This system creates truly volumetric projections which can define 3 dimensional forms in space, in contrast to ‘hologram’ screens and fog screens which create planar images.



best Plaid show yet. even worth the bullshit crowd (who ended up leaving eventually anyway).

best Plaid show yet. even worth the bullshit crowd (who ended up leaving eventually anyway).



Inflating Trash Bags Rhythmically Mimic Ocean Waves

Berlin-based media artist Nils Völker makes oceans of trash. Or, rather, he makes trash bags mimic the ocean—giving life to inanimate plastic so that the pieces replicates the ebb and flow of the tide. His past work, Thirty Three, included 33 plastic bags and an integrated computerized fan system attached to Arduino, so information from the tides of a harbor in Northwest France controlled the bags’ pulse. Ninety Six, his newest work, isn’t as connected to nature, but it’s no less mesmerizing to watch.

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Piano Phase

This site is based on the first section from Steve Reich’s 1967 piece Piano Phase. Two pianists repeat the same twelve note sequence, but one gradually speeds up. Here, the musical patterns are visualized by drawing two lines, one following each pianist.
The sound is performed live in the browser with the Web Audio API, and drawn in HTML5 Canvas.
chenalexander.com

Piano Phase

This site is based on the first section from Steve Reich’s 1967 piece Piano Phase. Two pianists repeat the same twelve note sequence, but one gradually speeds up. Here, the musical patterns are visualized by drawing two lines, one following each pianist.

The sound is performed live in the browser with the Web Audio API, and drawn in HTML5 Canvas.

chenalexander.com



Ljós

Ljós is the translation of the latent elements of dreams into visible contents.
The body is the medium through which the connections between light, sound and movement are explored, leading the spectator into an unreal space, rarefied and disorientating.

Live Media Performance based on the real-time interaction between the movements of the body, sound and the projection of generative graphic features.

Artwork By fuse*

Dancer and Choreographer: Elena Annovi

via Vice Magazine