‘artists’ Archive

Bicycle Animation

Designed and Produced by Katy Beveridge.
Sound Design by Stefan Neidermyer.
“This is a piece created to question whether it was possible to film animation in realtime. I developed this project based on what is being done in animation right now as well as a lot of primary research into the history of animation [...]

NEW BANKSY’S

Hero

Miguel Endara says: “The making of “Hero,” a drawing of my dad composed entirely out of 3.2 million ink dots”

Hero from Miguel Endara on Vimeo.

José Parla

José Parla video with timelapse and interviews from his Toronto Mural project

Big Ideas

Video by James Houston using:
Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Guitars (rhythm & lead)
Epson LX-81 Dot Matrix Printer - Drums
HP Scanjet 3c - Bass Guitar
Hard Drive array - Act as a collection of bad speakers - Vocals & FX

Junebum Park

Through a clever shift of perspective, Korean artist Junebum Park transforms the most ordinary of environments into extraordinary scenes in which the artist’s hands interfere with the forces and currents in a way that is both comic and timely.

Nuria Mora

Nuria Mora , Madrid

Hektor

Hektor is a portable Spray-paint Output Device for laptop computers. It was created in close collaboration with engineer Uli Franke for Jürg Lehni’s diploma project at écal (école cantonale d’art de Lausanne) in 2002.

david shrigley

more from david shrigley

Street View

On May 3rd 2008, artists Robin Hewlett and Ben Kinsley invited the Google Inc. Street View team and residents of Pittsburghs Northside to collaborate on a series of tableaux along Sampsonia Way. Neighbors, and other participants from around the city, staged scenes ranging from a parade and a marathon, to a [...]

Let The Arts Roam

“Wherever they go, they try to make something that makes sense for the neighborhood, and the community. And they always make something positive, something the artists hope people can enjoy — regardless of whether life has greeted them with great fortune. Armed with a vision and their cans of spray paint, [...]

BELIEVE

A short documentary which chronicles a first-of-its-kind public art mural project which took place in Rochester, NY in July 2011. The project involved local artists and a group of four artists from Cape Town, SA who shared their talents. Several murals were painted in hopes of inspiring the Rochester [...]

Above

“GIVE A WALL ST. BANKER ENOUGH ROPE AND HE WILL HANG HIMSELF.”

Escif

Escif says:
In reference to Pierre-Joseph Proudhon who was a French politician, mutualist philosopher and socialist. He was a member of the French Parliament, and he was the first person to call himself an “anarchist”. He is considered among the most influential theorists and organisers of anarchism.
Proudhon, who was born in Besançon, [...]

Hi, a real human interface

Hi, a real human interface. This is probably one of the most awesome interactive projects ever!
Concept, design and high-tech by multitouch-barcelona

devharlan

Dev Harlan - “Pyramid”, 2011
Foam, wood, plaster, video projection
Dimensions approx 8′ diameter
Light sculpture

Following Aakash Nihalani

Following Aakash Nihalani

The Happiness Hat

The Happiness Hat, by Lauren Mccarthy, is a wearable device that detects if you’re smiling and provides pain feedback if you’re not. An enclosed bend sensor attaches to the cheek and measures smile size, a servo motor moves a metal spike into the head inversely proportional to the degree of smile. [...]

Chair

“Chair” - Video art projection by Masaru Ozaki
The image is projected by using only one projector for the chair that he designed. The distortion and the position in all different respects are separately controlled in one source, the chair looks real-time on one screen, and it seems that it transforms it.

A Parallel Image

an installation by Gebhard Sengmüller, in collaboration with Franz Büchinger.
“A Parallel Image” is an electronic camera obscura. This media-archaeological, interactive sculpture is based on the fictive assumption that the currently still valid principle of electronically transmitting moving images, namely by breaking them down into single images and image lines, was never [...]