Category Archives: Entanglement Magazine

Transcending Perception: Paul Myoda’s “Glittering Machines”

Myoda, "Billowy-Thorny Sconce," 2010

Paul Myoda’s “Glittering Machines” (2008-2013) dance between illusion and fantasy, attempting to tie dreams to shadows with their ephemeral reflections and deep graphic penumbrae. Yet these sculptures are more than just a whimsical engagement with the intangible play of light … Continue reading

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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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Vermeer and the Camera Obscura

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The Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer (1632-75) is suprisingly a mainstream topic. Vermeer is an artist known for his masterful treatment of light in his paintings of domestic interiors. Yet, The Essential Vermeer postulates that Vermeer could have used the camera obsura, a … 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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Paul Matisse-”Silo Bell”

Ottos Bell

“Silo Bell,” was created by Paul Matisse for the artist Otto Piene. Inspired by the space inside one of Piene’s silos Matisse decided it was the perfect place to experience his mechanical bell. In addition he designed a floor and … Continue reading

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