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Not Bicycle Cover, 2008

Not Bicycle Cover (2008), a bicycle cover fashioned from inflated garbage bags.

Project Created: 
August 2008
 
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Reware, 2008. Photo: Christine Butler, courtesy of Eyebeam

Reware (2008), hacked electronic devices for visitors to play with, including a Linux- and
PureData (PD)-programmed PDA turned three-string guitar.

Project Created: 
August 2008
 
People: Hans-Christoph Steiner
Research: Open Culture
Project Type: Electronics, Game, Hacking, Hardware, Software
Tags: puredata, untethered
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Buttons, Buttons (2006), image courtesy of the artist

Buttons (2006)—a lens-free camera that takes other peopleʼs pictures.

Project Created: 
January 2006
 
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Photo by Kenichi Okada

Sascha Pohflepp (*1978, Germany) is interested in science and technology and their myths and realities, how they are reflecting our hopes for transcendence and how they are shaping the reality of our world. He has worked with numerous artistic and scientific collaborators on projects ranging from the microcosm of synthetic biology to the macrocosm of space exploration. Grants and Residencies include an EPSRC Knowledge Transfer grant, a residency in the Synthetic Aesthetics project and a residency at Art Center College Pasadena. Recent exhibitions include Talk To Me at MoMA New York, New Order at the Mediamatic Foundation Amsterdam and Photographing the Future at the Moscow Center for Contemporary Art. His work will also be part of the upcoming group shows The New Atlantis at Km Temporaer Berlin and Grow Your Own at Science Gallery Dublin. His essay on the notion of living machines will be published in a forthcoming book Synthetic Aesthetics by MIT Press.

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Unprepared Piano, 2003. Image courtesy of the artists, photo: Steve Dietz

In Unprepared Piano, a Yamaha disklavier grand piano is connected to a database of music MIDI files appropriated and compiled from all over the web. This library of electronic scores is then “performed” automatically according to a simple set of rules.The musical scores found online contain a wide variety of instrumentations and are not generally intended simply for piano, so our Unprepared Piano is told to perform each piece from beginning to end by randomly picking and choosing from its different parts. This means it might play bits of drum parts and percussion alongside chords and melodies intended for the other instruments

Project Created: 
January 2003
 
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Thomson & Craighead, a UK team who has been making art from the Internet for more than 15 years.

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Shadow Project (2008). Photo: Christine Butler, courtesy of Eyebeam

A responsive architectural environment of motor-controlled wires and fabric.

Project Created: 
August 2008
 
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So, This is It? 2001. Photo: Christine Butler, courtesy of Eyebeam

A clock that wipes away an image of its viewerʼs face.

Project Created: 
January 2001
 
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Max Dean is a Toronto based visual artist and has been producing works of significance for over 35 years. He is primarily known for his interactive kinetic installations that explore the nature of trust and control. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Exhibition highlights include the 'dAPERTutto' at the Venice Biennale in 1999; 'Platea dell'umanita' at the Venice Biennale in 2001; 'Voici, 100 years of contemporary art', Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels; 'The Fifth Element', Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, 'Iconoclash' and 'Future Cinema' at ZKM, Karlsruhe.

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Nortd is a research and development studio. We generate work in the area of art, architecture, and system design. Location: New York City at +40 43' 6.70", -73 59' 10.34" and Austria.

Nortd is Addie Wagenknecht + Stefan Hechenberger.

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