Interfaces Tag

Norimichi Hirakawa

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Digital Culture, Scout & Trends

Words by Patricia Bondesson Kavanagh Looking at the artwork datum from 2017 by Japanese media artist Norimichi Hirakawa, the viewer is presented with an audiovisual installation consisting of a dazzling array of pixels. Viewed in a darkened room, what appears on the projected screen teeters…

Absolute Relative

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Scout & Trends

  Words by Sebastian Kamau (Twitter @ws_kamau)   How are our senses linked to reality? Can we trust our senses? How does our brain parse out contradictory sensory information? Exploring these questions lead Swedish physician Torsten Thunberg at the end of the 19th century to…

Neil Mendoza

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Robotics / Kinetics, Scout & Trends

  Words by Patricia Bondesson Kavanagh   In the video accompanying the artwork Fish Hammer, a small goldfish – dubbed Smashie by UK-born, New media artist Neil Mendoza – can be seen tentatively exploring an aquarium. In the foreground there is an array of dollhouse furniture,…

News #9 Arts Programme: alt.barbican

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Scout & Trends

  Text by CLOT Magazine   Barbican and The Trampery have launched alt.barbican, an arts accelerator that will encompass work across artificial intelligence, radio manipulation, wearable tech and more.   They just have announce the inaugural cohort of five artists selected for this major new…

Sónar+D 2017: The Day After

Posted by CLOT Magazine in AI/A.Life, Computing Art, Scout & Trends

  Text CLOT Magazine (Twitter @clotmagazine)   Sónar’s 24th edition has, for another year, closed with great success. In terms of numbers at least, with 123,000 attendees – the highest in the festival’s history. Sónar+D, its parallel conference and professional congress, showcased participants from 57…

Florence To

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Scout & Trends

Words by Ana Sancho   Textile design graduate Florence To creates architectural designs in space using light and shapes as the fabrics for her creations.  As she grew interested in visual elements and live projections, she started to costume spaces using the three dimensions. Her…

Sol Rogers

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Scout & Trends

  Words by Meritxell Rosell (Twitter @dancingmoog)   Affordable and easily available Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) are starting to become more than a plausible possibility, with reports estimating 56 million VR headsets to be sold by 2020. The technology is finding its way into…