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Famous paintings help study the Earth’s past atmosphere

Turner, "The Lake Petworth Sunset Fighting Bucks"

Researchers have shown that the colours of sunsets painted by famous artists can be used to estimate pollution levels in the Earth’s past atmosphere. Continue reading

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Aquarium of Equations Guang Zhu

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Guang Zhu works with mathematical equations and computer code to create charismatic abstract simulations Continue reading

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David Datuna Creates Billions Series with Google Glass

David Datuna

David Datuna worked closely with a team of Glass developers to produce his latest series ‘Viewpoint of Billions’ Continue reading

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f(Glitch) Festival-Stony Brook University

Antonio Roberts

f(Glitch) is an interlinked series of events that includes numerous events at Stony Brook University Continue reading

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The True Story of the Monuments Men

Ltd Daniel J. Kern & Karl Sieber examining a panel of the Ghent Alterpiece, 1945

Without the work of these curators and professors, tens of thousands of priceless works of art works stollen by Hitler would have been lost to the world forever. Read the true story here.

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Sarah Schoenfeld’s “All You Can Feel”

 "Heroin" by Sarah Schoenfeld

Sarah Schönfeld squeezed drops of various legal and illegal liquid drug mixtures onto negative film which had already been exposed. Each drop altered the coating of the film. Much like the effect of some of these substances on humans, this can be … Continue reading

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Helen Mirra and Ernst Karel’s “Hourly Directional”

Hourly Directional

Helen Mirra and Ernst Karel’s quadraphonic sound installation Hourly directional sound recording, Mata Atlântica, Brazil (2012) is composed of location recordings made during eleven days of walking in remnants of coastal rainforests in southeastern Brazil. For a number of years, … Continue reading

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Ronald van der Meijs Sound Architecture IV

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Amsterdam-based artist Ronald van der Meijs designs architectonical installations and sculptural art, and his project called Sound Architecture IV that is made from 5,000 repurposed bicycle bells set on steel pins. As the wind picks up, the bells gently ring … Continue reading

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Clint Fulkerson’s Rule Based Drawings

Clint Fulkerson-Dissipate Temp Wall Drawing

Clint Fulkerson’s artwork features complex patterns and forms made by an accumulation of hand drawn marks. Each new mark is applied in response to the previous one and so on. For each piece he sets up a starting condition and … Continue reading

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Republic of the Moon

 Leonid Tishkov, Personal Moon, 2010

How will we live on the Moon? Artists have been fascinated by our nearest astronomical neighbour for centuries. In a new space age artists might influence design, architecture and astronaut training as well as sending objects, concepts and performances to … Continue reading

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