Tuesday, March 6, 2012

M.C.U. (Mobile Censorship Unit) by Christopher Wille

This device uses radio pods to censor the wearers view. Should they try to get to close to
questionable content the device shuts off their vision.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Untitled Television Study 1 by Joe Baldwin

Joe Baldwin's television studies are compressed analysis of moving image on a television through the use of slit scanning capturing single lines of visual information.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

For Loop by JD Pirtle

For Loop

Laser Etched MDF

This piece, named For Loop, is part of a series created by JD Pirtle. To produce these pieces Pirtle first writes a sketch in Processing and then has that Sketch transfered into the surface of MDF board using a laser etcher. With this series Pirtle hopes to evoke visually key elements of computer science/art.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Youtube Portraits (Terminator Tutorial) by Tiffany Funk

Youtube Portraits (Terminator Tutorials)

Projected Installation

This installation curates a collection of Youtube videos in which users followed a tutorial transforming their appearances into that of the Terminator.  The result is a close-knit community exploring a fascination with cybernetic augmentation, both fantasy and reality.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Along the Way by Jesus Duran

Along the Way

Projected Image

Along the Way uses a changing QR Code provides a link to a website that maps the route a web query takes mapping the geographical route and the virtual route of the companies that handle your data.

Monday, January 23, 2012

Washington by Alex Myers


gicleĆ© print on archival paper 18x24"

This comes from a series of prints made by accident. They are broken and distorted portraits of global icons. Icons imbued with an inordinate amount of faith and trust by the people that believed in them. These are the lands of heresy and deception.