[CONCEPT] The appendages found in sunflowers, artichokes and pine cones are all determined by the Fibonacci sequence. During his residency at Autodesk's Pier 9 Workshop, John Edmark had the idea to reproduce these structures using 3D printing in order to create Fibonacci Zoetrope Sculptures.
[CONCEPT] Watch the magic created by face hacking. The faces of two men undergo a series of crazy transformations as their original features successively become the ones of a leopard, a woman, a robot and much more.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Colorful and abstract 3D forms evolve on your computer screen slowly moving from left to right in this interactive piece by Vince Mckelvie.
[MUST-HAVE] No statue of Liberty or cute kittens, this 1000-piece puzzle will satisfy the picky needs of your most artistic friends. After hours of "fun" trying to assemble the jigsaw puzzle, a beautiful CMYK gamut will appear on your table.
[WEIRD APP] Andrew Shannon, the man who punched a €10-million Claude Monet painting back in June 2012 at the National Gallery of Ireland has recently been sentenced to five years in prison. Good news, you can now recreate his feat thanks to a simple browser-based game.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Part of In/SIGHT, a series of the LA Phil combining music by groundbreaking composers and visuals from renowned artists, this site specific audio/visual performance celebrates Amériques by French composer Edgard Varèse.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Viruses can be more than an evil piece of code used to infect your computer. James Hoff actually found a way to use malware to create art. His new exhibition, Skywiper, presents a series of abstract paintings infected with state-developed viruses such as Stuxnet.
[CONCEPT] Neri Oxman and Deskriptiv create a new kind of wearables capable of sustaining life, based on a computational growth process and state-of-the-art 3D-printing.
[CONCEPT] Following a first part back in 2011, Erik Söderberg is continuing his explorations of fractal patterns, but this time in 3D.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Alone in what appears to be her bedroom, a naked woman is only lit by the light coming from her computer screen. Her makeup and jewelry greatly contrast with the digital device she's playing with. Two realities collide as pixels and polygons leave the digital realm to take over the physical world.
[WEIRD APP] Transform your computer screen in a puddle of oily water you can interact with! The movements of your cursor over the window will create wave-like patterns on the surface of the digital liquid.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Remember "Auto Aerobics", a series of CGI pictures showing huge American cars all tangled up in each other? Well, Chris Labrooy's new project reprises the same concept of amazing retro cars and crazy positions defying gravity.
[WATCH&LISTEN] After watching a documentary about synesthesia, Nigel Stanford became interested in the idea of creating a music video where each sound would have a visual counterpart. Cymatics, the study of wave phenomena and their visual representation, offered him the perfect ground to do so.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] The ubiquitous networks of CCTV cameras covering vast parts of our cities are far from being private. Hacking them is (apparently) easy and some networks are even publicly available online. This footage offers a glimpse into the lives of complete strangers and is the raw material used by Andrew Hammerand in his series The New Town.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] On the occasion of the Festival Internazionale Di Andria Castel Dei Mondi last summer in the South of Italy, Michel Chevalier presented once again his interactive and generative installation, Magic Carpets.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] "Patterns of Harmony" is a projection mapping installation created for Gaspar Battha's Master degree that investigates the role of geometry in the world surrounding us.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Embark on a immersive experience with STAL's video for their first EP, Gone. The video is actually an app for your mobile device. It will let you discover a beautiful but enigmatic landscape where ice fields evolve to become the cosmos as the song progresses.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Light becomes tangible in this installation by Kimchi and Chips. Projected on a base made of hundreds of convex mirrors, the reflections of light beams become graphic objects suspended up in midair.