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this art installation lets you poke, inflate, or add a disco ball to famous paintings

2022-03-24

this art installation lets you poke, inflate, or add a disco ball to famous paintings by designboom

"neil mendoza is an artist exploring themes of the absurd, the humorous, the futile and the surreal. his work combines sculpture, electronics and software to bring inanimate objects and spaces to life."


Urban Sun by Roosegaarde cleans public spaces of the coronavirus

2021-03-31

Urban Sun by Roosegaarde cleans public spaces of the coronavirus by Studio Roosegaarde

"World's first Urban Sun cleans public spaces of the coronavirus for better human gatherings. Inspired by the light of the sun, and backed by scientific research that proves a new, specific light can safely clean up to 99.9% of the coronavirus, Studio Roosegaarde launches Urban Sun.

Daan Roosegaarde and his team of designers, external experts, and scientists challenged themselves to discover how the power of light can be used to combat viruses and therefore enhance our well-being. Research shows that though traditional 254nm UV light is harmful, the new far-UVC light with a wavelength of 222 nanometers can actually sanitize viruses safely. Urban Sun, a project in development by Studio Roosegaarde, shines a large circle of this far-UVC light into public spaces, cleaning those spaces of the coronavirus. It acts as an additional layer of protection to current government rules. Urban Sun aims to inspire hope. It combats the negative impact of social isolation by aiming to improve cultural gatherings, sporting events, public squares, and schoolyards."

studioroosegaarde.net/project/urban-sun


The Redness of Red

2020-02-20

The Redness of Red by Emily DownePlus

"What does it mean to be conscious in a world that is becoming increasingly artificially intelligent? Can machines really see? Based on an interview with a professor in artificial intelligence, this short documentary uses analog techniques to explore the human tendency to anthropomorphise simple drawings, and how we might do the same to machines."


Remote Life Drawings

2020-02-06

Remote Life Drawings by Cheng-Hsu Chung

"Remote Life Drawings is an animated collage of abstract images that illustrate the neighbourhood of Taipei Artist Village in Taiwan. TAV is located at the centre of four distinct districts that exist in harmony in central Taipei. The film connects the four districts by using morphing animation, presenting the vague and complex atmosphere around the village."

Sound design& Music: Andy Chiu
Drawing Assistance: Agne Jurkenaite, Eunju Ara Choi, Rou-Hsin Wu


Elastic Recurrence

2019-08-29

Elastic Recurrence by johan rijpma

More info: johanrijpma.nl/notes/notes-elastic-recurrence/


Mess Around

2019-04-18

Mess Around by nikodio

"Colorful spirits go on night out to put the mess in town!"


WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT COSMOS

2019-01-31

WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT COSMOS

Writer and Director – Raphaël Bluzet
Narration – Gary Dourdan
Illustration – Arthur Poitevin
Animation – Raphaël Bluzet
Music – Yovoh
Sound design – François Riesterer
Record studio – Badje Auditorium
Mastering – Stereoplane

"After making a short statement about the difficulties of going into space, Roger recounts, in a dry and humoristic tone, the problems one encounters there. He compares the daily activities of life in space with those on earth."


Funny Foreign Names

2018-11-22

Funny Foreign Names by Hakim Ismail

"Cultural interactions in names"


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