An article that makes me think more about tangible things that can be transformed into data in our everyday lives.
A hacking method that uses the sound of a computer to steal data which just gives us an idea of how crazy data extraction can get. Nothing around you is safe, everything can be sampled and turned into data.
This post will focus on exploring the narratives that could be illustrated, and exploring the “abhuman”
In literary studies of Gothic fiction, abhuman refers to a “Gothic body” or something that is only vestigially human and possibly in the process of becoming something monstrous, such as a vampire or werewolf. Kelly Hurley writes that Read more →
“Scannography (also called scanography, Scanner Photography or Scan-art) is a new way to represente the world around us.”
It is an alternative form of photography but the differences is quite huge. A few of them are the absence of perspective and of depth of field, the regularity of the light captured by thousands of captors. I felt it creates a new perspective Read more →
1st part of this post is on colour, brain, vision research through talks, books and video. 2nd part which is on my idea – identification of problem and aim of the project. 3rd part is a list of reference motion works and artists.
Linked the talk with Professor Gerrit Maus (Division of Psychology in NTU, HSS) to Art and Visual Read more →
Artist Research #4: Digital Age Artistes/Designers : Charlie Clark (Interactive Designer) , Bredan Dawes (Designer / Artist), Andy Willis (Designer / Artist)
I got interested in working with analogue and converting to a digital output through one of the work (Cinema Redux) by Bredan Dawes at the Big Bang Data exhibition in the Art Science Musuem. The idea of using a huge collection of data to translate an overall emotion and to provide another point of view that creates a dialogue with the Read more →
“It’s important that my last Detail should not be finished by me, but my life.”
One body of work ,from 1965 — 2011(death)
Opalka was painting small numbers in white pigment using a number “0” brush, creating rhythmical horizontal striations against a black background. Each canvas, or Detail, as he called it, would begin in the upper left corner and gradually Read more →
Tehching Hsieh is a performance artist who’s works deals mainly with the concept of time. Using it as an artistic material and tool. His main works were 5 One Year Performance and a Thirteen Year Plan. What I got out from his work was his perseverance and his mental strength to push through for a long period of time.
Quotes from Read more →
On Kawara created paintings, drawings, books, and recordings that examined chronological time and its function as a measure of human existence. Artistic practice was characterized by its meditative approach to concepts of time, space, and consciousness.
Works of On Kawara that interest me“Today” Series “I Got Up, I Met and I Went.” “I Am Still Alive”
4.JUNI 2001, 2001
from “Today” series, 1966-2013 Acrylic on canvas
Keywords : Time, Self, Observation, Present, Discovery, Consciousness, Language
This is the final year of school, once one graduates, the real world beckons. But how can one face the real world without knowing who one is and what one wants.
A project on finding oneself through a series of self observation exercises/mini projects. It is in essential a project of self Read more →
Saw this and think that it’ll really be helpful to me.
Ra is a sound object / synthesizer which uses laser for scanning the irregularities of the surface of the pyrite disc and further transforms this data to produce sound. Pyrite disc is a rare form of pyrite which is crystallised in radial shape (as unusual disc spherulites) which Read more →