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Naoko Tosa

Sound of Ikebana: Four Seasons “Sound of Ikebana” is a collection of a new type of video artworks which are created by shooting Ikebana-like shaping, generated by giving sound vibration to liquid such as pastel […]

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Mark J. Stock

MES0 MESO is a realtime, ultra-high definition video installation. It randomly cycles through thousands of images of digital landscape data covering the majority of North America. Each image is a direct translation of digital elevation […]

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boredomresearch

Dreams of Mice: Ron, 19 October 2014 at 2:48am boredomresearch’s work is informed by principles of scientific modeling, inspired by the mechanisms and behaviors of natural systems. Central to their work is the aesthetic expression […]

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Eduardo Makoszay, Eduardo Medina, and David Sánchez

tardigrade I’m interested in recurring patterns, forms that one perceives in the micro and the macro, textures and sensations that appear in the leaf of a tree, the behavior of a city and our online […]

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Benjamin Grosser

Computers Watching Movies The heart of digital technologies is software, a human-designed structure for computation that gives these technologies agency and enables them to interact with others. I focus on the cultural, social, and political […]

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NCSA AVL

Solar Superstorms Visualization Excerpts: First Stars to the Solar Dynamo The Advanced Visualization Lab worked with astrophysics data scientists to create data-driven cinematic scientific visualizations which represent the life cycle of stars and the dynamic […]

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boredomresearch

AfterGlow [Susceptible, Exposed, Infected, Recovered] boredomresearch’s work is informed by principles of scientific modelling, inspired by the mechanisms and behaviours of natural systems. Central to their work is the aesthetic expression of intriguing patterns, motions […]

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Frederik De Wilde and Frederik Vanhoutte

SoN01R SoN01R is a realtime dynamic artistic data visualisation and sonification of quantum fluctuations. SoN01R is a new media artwork that focusses on artistic data visualisation. How can one visualise something immaterial, short lived and […]

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Tarah Rhoda

Salt Mine Nature resonates, resolving forms and echoing solutions similarly at small and large scales. Throughout history man has used these links to contemplate his place in the world. It can even be said that […]

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Chris Henschke and Wolfgang Adam

Edge of the Observable Edge of the Observable is an audiovisual artwork which explores the limits of materiality and knowledge, through an experimental manifestation of data taken from experiments at the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) […]

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Amy M. Youngs

HandShake I create situations that make visible – and palpable – the connections between the human and non-human. Immersed within participatory artworks, or in networks that include machines, plants or animals, the human experiences self […]

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Peter Crnokrak

What Need Angel Peter’s work often focuses on the use of scientific technologies in novel ways to reveal hidden phenomena and processes. Coupled with the appropriation of technological hardware, projects are also dependent on statistical […]

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Volker Kuchelmeister

Transmutation In the weird and wonderful world of quantum mechanics, dimensional transmutation describes a phenomena which changes the state of a parameter by adding dimensions to its dimensionless condition. This experimental film applies this principle […]

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Anna Dumitriu and Alex May

Super-organism: The Living Microbiome “Super-organism” is an video artwork by Anna Dumitriu and Alex May, which reveals the microscopic bacterial microbiota growing on the human body. These invisible so called ‘normal flora’ bacteria are an […]

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John McGhee, Steven Faux, and Graeme Houston

Flow Stroke survivors directly link stroke education with their ability to access appropriate treatments and reduce their risk of future strokes. However, with such a diverse population a universal mode of delivering education must be […]

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