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China Blue’s 8-Bit Cricket

8-Bit Cricket by China Blue

China Blue was the American Representative at the Tokyo Experimental Festival Vol.8, where she presented her piece the “8-Bit Cricket”. 8-Bit refers to the early data format that was embraced as the first level of computational power to be used … Continue reading

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Providence Geek Dinner Tonight

The Engine Institute will present an how-to on how to make China Blue’s Fireflies and you will be able to see up close her Firefly Capes that were featured at the Pawtucket Arts Festival. We hope to see you there! October … Continue reading

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China Blue: Firefly Projects

“Firefly Projects” is an exhibition of biomimetic artworks incorporating lights, sound, robotics and forms inspired by and mimicking fireflies while commenting on the fragility of our ecosystem.  This new group of works expands on her interest in the sonic environment. … Continue reading

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Superorganisms as a Model for Music

Throughout human history there are examples where nature is the essential inspiration for art. It has been the same for technology. Today, systems are being developed to help us understand nature better, and make use of its faultless ideas for … Continue reading

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Joe Thompson, Director, MASS MoCA speaks about Diaz’ work

Joe Thompson, Director, MASS MoCA speaks about the work Geometric Death Frequency-141 by Federico Diaz in an interview with China Blue. China Blue (CB) The title of the Diaz’ work currently on display at your museum is Geometric Death Frequency-141 … Continue reading

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