[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Influenced by the Richard Serra's list of verbs, Molly Richards compiled her own set of verbs which have been re-appropriated by or invented for the Internet and asked the best digital artists to illustrate them.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] The algorithm behind Google Maps does not update the images all at once but sector by sector. A clear division can then be seen in a same area. Daniel Schwartz collects these stitched images and presents them with no postproduction whatsoever.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Rhizome's The Download is a program that makes available for free one digital artwork a month. The selected piece last May was a web browser created by Jonas Lund that enables users to take part in collaborative surfing.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Become Godzilla and terrify a bunch of villagers just by walking past them in this Kinect-powered installation. The people projected on wooden boxes run for their lives as soon as the visitor approaches them.
[WEIRD APP] This iPhone app lets you modify a picture of your choice by applying one of the 12 presets at your disposal. Modify the parameters, such as the mess or pixel density and you will get a unique piece of pixel art.
[GAME-INSPIRED] In his series of loop animations entitled Lambeaux, Nicolas Boillot deconstructs a video to get a 24 fps loop. One of his more recent GIFs, Loops of Marvel vs Capcom, shows us this process applied to the eponymous game.
[CONCEPT] From April 28th to May 5th, Ryder Ripps will be living and working at the Red Bull Music Academy. He will be drinking Red Bull and generating ideas for artworks and online projects that will be live streamed on his Twitter account.
[WEIRD APP] Everyone can now experiment with digital art thanks to Glitché. As easy to use as Instagram, just apply one of the 8 filters on the picture of your choice and play with it on the touchscreen until you get a great result.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] In 1971, Manfred Mohr was invited by the CEO of C.G.M. (Compagnie Générale de Micromatique) to experiment with one of their machines, the Datagraphix 4460 to make computer animations.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Inspired by the work of Eadweard Muybridge, Harold Edgerton and Étienne-Jules Marey, forms is a celebration of movement. This ballet of abstract shapes are actually representations of athletes in motion.