Filip is the impetus behind the incomparable CreativeApplications.Net and someone who’s opinion on all things media I highly respect.
easily my favorite piece from the workshop
via Creative Applications ~ ”This is a collection of work produced at the recent Visual Music Collaborative workshop hosted by Eyebeamthis July in NYC. The event was led by Aaron Meyers, in collaboration with Re:Group artist, Aaron Koblin and in creative partnership with Ghostly International. Invited participants were asked to explore the relationship between music, sound, and dynamically generated imagery and motion. Topics included sound-analysis techniques, advanced OpenGL programming, and interfacing with mobile control devices.”
commissioned film by James Greenhow (whose website is woefully unhelpful)
“A projection mapped installation by Alcatel-Lucent for their customers at the last Mobile World Congress. An example of simplicity in form with dimensional color to create the sublime.
An experience-based video mapping designed by the agency and the Department Superbien New Media Agency / Auditorium. The public was invited into a cube and discover an artistic vision of the tagline of the event: Transforming the Mobile Experience.”
The “Windcuts” are experiments by Miska Knapek in turning sensor data into physical instantiations, viaProcessing and an NC Milling machine (a computer controlled drill, for the rest of us ). Wind movement measurement data (wind direction, velocity and temperature) was used to generate a 3d form, which was then cut out of wood.
(found via creativeapplications.net)
Bulb is a student art exhibition presented by the Organization for the Advancement of the Arts (OAA) for all Omaha college students. Work can be submitted 4/20 12p-8p and 4/21 8a-4p at the Bancroft Market Gallery located at 2702 South 10th Street. There’s a 3 piece limit on submission and one piece from each artist is guaranteed in the show due to space. There is a $5 entry fee for each piece and the entries must be ready to hang.
The show will open April 23, 6p-12a and April 24, 12p-6p. Come check it out!
Upcoming student exhibition! Go if you can, submit if there’s still time!
Come to this!