Bicycle Built For 2,000 is a collaborative artwork in the form of a song comprised of 2,088 voice recordings collected via Amazon’s Mechanical Turk web service. Workers were prompted to listen to a short sound clip, then record themselves imitating what they heard. The recorded sound clips were collected and organized into the original pattern.
Zhang Peili’s Lowest Resolution consists of a long, narrow, dark alley with a small LCD screen hanging at the end. The LCD screen plays a video, hardly recognizable from distance, of a girl in a red school uniform. The distance makes it difficult to see exactly what the girl is doing or to hear if she’s talking or singing, or maybe crying.
Your Destiny is an immersive, interactive installation based on tarot cards.
Have you ever played the game hearsay with some friends on the schoolyard? You start a story, or maybe a sentence, and whisper it in the ear of the person who stands next to you.
«Life Writer consist of an old-style type writer that evokes the area of analogue text processing.
«This sculpture displays the names of artists and indicates how fast they are rising or falling in the media.
The project began as a speculative reverie on observing sound waves with the naked eye. The idea of using a gas that would luminesce when irradiated by sound converted into voltage was very appealing to us. However, as soon as we came upon the phenomenon of sonoluminescence, it became quite clear that we had struck virgin soil.
This page contains a reproduction of the official program of the Electronic Hokkadim.
EARLY PHOTOGRAPHS AND COMPOSITES
This is a video I edited from an interview with Dr. Hayles at the 2008 Thomas R. Watson Conference in Louisville, KY
So.So.So. Somebody, Somewhere, Some Time
Press Release for the exhibit curated by Jasia Reichardt at the ICA London August 2nd to October 20th, 1968: