Sometimes the online world reveals unsuspected parallel dimensions. This is an unknown restyle of Neural independently (and secretly as we never knew about it) made by NY-based Motion and Graphic Designer, Clarke Blackham. Very nicely made, perhaps only a bit glossier for the magazine’s line, it testifies once more how even your most familiar outcomes can have another life somewhere else.
“Not available on the App Store” a viral sticker (which can be bought for 1 dollar or self-made) used to remark difference between material-based and screen-based excitement http://notonappstore.com
Pfft! by Casey Reas is a software meant to preserve the strobe quality of television while abstracting it. http://reas.com/pfft/
“All I know and then some” by Addie Wagenknecht is a big handwriting covering a whole wall with a sequence of repeating sentences starting with “I will not download things that get me into trouble” and ending with “I will not download things” http://placesiveneverbeen.com/index.php/all-i-know-and-then-some/
Mountain by David OReilly, is a “consequential” videogame, as you’re a mountain and your development (which passively lasts for the whole game) is determined by answers to initial questions http://mountain-game.com
The Cave of Sounds by Tim Murray-Browne is an array of eight original musical instruments developed by respective authors and arranged in circle, in order to be played chorally in an installation http://timmb.com/cave-of-sounds/
Shadow Box Attractions (variation 2) by David Stout is an installation composed of a three screens that uses a specific “chamber simulation” to generate drawings. https://vimeo.com/60657228
Tether is a web application by Jono Brandel visualising a Plaid tune that can be influenced by the user, drawing a path (source code is free). http://tether.plaid.co.uk
A music video for the single Music Is Life by the Japanese band SOUR realised by designers Masashi Kawamura and Kota Iguchi, where animations are made with custom CDs used as a phenakistoscope, or as still images which appear to animate when rotating on a disc.
Click by Shinseungback Kimyonghun, every single click the author did in 24 hours (as an animated sequence of screenshots). http://ssbkyh.com/works/click/
Luxo by Everyware, robot-programmed light sculptures, forms prone to time and recording http://everyware.kr/home/portfolio/luxo/
Brazilian activists hacks packages of World Cup figurines (figurines can be effective media, too) http://oglobo.globo.com/sociedade/ativistas-hackeiam-pacotes-de-figurinhas-da-copa-do-mundo-12523929
Human Error by Victoria Siemer aka Witchoria, Mac OS X notifications and warnings used for sentimental life https://www.behance.net/gallery/15086645/Human-Error-(Ongoing-Series-Updated-Weekly)
Tablet and QR code, the museum of the future: finally the (sarcastic) synthesis between compelling technology and mandatory visit to the museum.
Is the Art World Starting to ‘Get’ Digital Art? Maybe but mostly the wrong one, judging from this article on Vice http://motherboard.vice.com/read/the-art-world-is-starting-to-get-digital-art