The following examples are inspiration on medium and techniques used by seniors over the last few years.
“Cites are about connecting people, ideas and resources. Today, network culture enhances the urban vocation of connectedness towards complex spatialities that transgress the notions of online and offline, as well as geographical and national boarders. What is the impact of network culture on public sphere and the opportunities for intervening in these urban processes through artist, creative and collaborative practices. Urban media art is one of the most significant trends currently unfolding in contemporary art. It enables artists to develop new participative and interactive forms of art.” by Susa Pop “What Urban Media Art Can Do” (Connecting Cites Network)
Web Site Media Art Nexus: http://mediaartnexus.com/
Vimeo: Media Art Nexus on Vimeo
Facebook Media Art Nexus: https://www.facebook.com/mediaartnexus
Media Art Nexus Technical Specs
Installation, Public Art, North Spine Plaza, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2016
Medium: 4mm LED Media Wall
Dimensions: L15000 mm x H 2100 mm
Resolution: 3840 pixels by 480 pixels
5.1 Channel Sound
Windows 10, 3 Kinects Xbox
Software platform: Derivative TouchDesigner
Macrocosmic Flux by Kapilan Naidu
Generative Data Visualization, Processing, TouchDesigner, Time Variable, 2016
Animation, Programming, Music and Sound Design by Kapilan Naidu
Singapore is one of the few cities in the world that is constantly gathering data about itself, At any given instance, terabytes of information about the city are measured, studied and analysed. Most of this data is archived by government, but a significant portion is openly available to anyone with an internet connection. Macrocosmic Flux uses the Singapore’ s Land Transport Authority’s Data API to obtain live public transit data to map the current pressure on the network’s buses and train lines. The combined passenger load of the system is represented by flowing particles that change in numbers and velocity to paint a real-time picture of Singaporeans moving through island; the macrocosmic state of its citizens constantly in flux.
Article about the art work Urban Circuitry: “Medicine inspired Art” NTU Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, E-newsletter publication, December
Feel of Light by Jeth Heng
The work were featuring experimental film that documented light change in space.