Perhaps the most influential event joining art and technology in the 1960s, 9 evenings was held in October 1966 in New York.
“wo bitte geht’s zum Öffentlichen”
“To create BodyScan (IN/OUT), Austrian artist Eva Wohlgemuth had her own body accurately scanned and rendered digitally in three dimensions.Using this as a foundation, the artist subjected her digi
“Inspired by the situationist theory of détournement, since 1996, the New York Surveillance Camera Players have been enacting agit-prop theatre performances, based on sources including George Orwel
What the scientist knows as Surface Tension is a sculptor in liquids, and fashions from them delicate shapes none the less beautiful because they are too ephemeral for any eye but that of the high-speed camera.
In the 1930s, Harold ‘Doc’ Edgerton synchronized a camera’s shutter with a high-intensity electronic flash unit, which enabled significantly faster shutter speeds as in Milk Drop Coronet (BW, 1936, color image left, 1957.
Bridget Riley speaks about rhythm and repartition in her work.[video src=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwY-eKlnCSg]
Footage of James Seawright’s work “Orbits” strung together[video src=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uB4MN740A7c]
A new kind of interaction: interaction with a shadow of other people.[video src=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqZyZrN3Pl0]