For over forty years, the Experimental Television Center (ETC) in Owego, New York, has been one of North America’s preeminent organizations for video art, fostering a community for creativity and innovation through its residency and tool-building programs. The Experimental Television Center: A History, Etc . . . is the first academic survey of the Center’s prolific, yet under-recognized, Continue reading
Art, Science, Technology and 1960’s poetry are odd bed fellows in Martha Schwendener’s New York Times piece “‘All Watched Over’ Contemplates Art’s Relationship to Technology.” In this review Schwendener comments on the recent art exhibition “All Watched Over” at the James Cohen Gallery. The exhibition’s title is a fragment taken from Richard Brautigan’s 1967 poem “All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace.” The exhibition Ms. Schwendener notes “features art based on systems that generally support” Brautigan’s vision of “imagined mammals and computers living together in ‘mutually programming harmony,’” while calling for more alliances between art and technology that eschew business opportunities. Continue reading
“Weird Science” is about how the unseen or unknown is a pursuit inherent to both science and art, and how their ensuing discoveries suggest worlds beyond and within that which we accept as our own. Through experimentation and invention, the artists in this exhibition produce works whose content or process attests to this inquiring quest, and the mystifying possibilities it suggestively evokes. Continue reading
Sitting at the intersection of nature and art and the nature of human language this Finnish exhibition forwards topical issues relating to protecting our natural world through the recycling of materials, air pollution and addressing the problem of GMO’s in food. In tandem the nature of language is Continue reading
“Ghost Hit Wall” is the literal translation of “???”, the Mandarin Chinese expression Continue reading
Composed of thousands of unique interlocking components, each dress is 3D printed as a single folded piece and requires no assembly. The Kinematics Dress represents a new approach to manufacturing which tightly integrates design, simulation, and digital fabrication to create complex, customized products.
This foldable 3D printed dress is fantastic. It has been has been seen over 113 million times.
World-renowned artist, Jim Campbell unveils first UK solo show in Dundee
This Enchanted Bike Path Was Inspired By Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’
Van Gogh’s wildest dreams probably couldn’t prepare him, for example, for the Van Gogh-Roosegaarde Bicycle Path, an enchanting living artwork newly unveiled by Studio Roosegaarde. The kilometer-long path is adorned with a special paint that charges during the day and glows after dark. It runs through the Dutch province of Noord Brabant, where van Gogh was born and raised.