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Project Contest: “Infinity II”

Publicado en junio 16, 2012 por en Uncategorized

Infinity II is a visual installation by South Korean artist based in Paris, Heewon Lee This artwork is an immersive space where the steady flow of a waterfall is meant for contemplation. This reversed waterfall is a virtual image in the real world, it is the fantasy of a lost or missing natural, where man

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Project Contest: “Saragossa Possible Futures”

Publicado en junio 16, 2012 por en Uncategorized

From Tel Aviv, Israel, Lila Chitayat and Succari Ori presents to Paseo Project: Saragossa Possible Futures They would like to create a visual platform to express and re-thinking an ideal city of Saragossa. Through gaming technology using architectural tools and a ‘dynamic public archive’ of documentation of the city, we suggest the citizens of Saragossa

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Project Contest: “Urbicolous Disport”

Publicado en junio 16, 2012 por en Uncategorized

From Leeds (UK), Kingsley Ash and Andrew Dolphin are the authors of Urbicolous Disport. Their work is an interactive, generative sound-toy installation in which participants capture, manipulate and play with the sounds of the city. Participants use mobile devices to collect sounds from around the city, which are then streamed, reworked and transformed to form

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Project Contest: “URBAN AUDIO”

Publicado en junio 16, 2012 por en Uncategorized

URBAN AUDIO is a project by German artist Florian Tuercke that examines the soundscape of a urban space. This is an ongoing sound and media-art project based on sound-art research in public space. The acoustic structure of cities and urban situations is tested in terms of its compositional and musical structures. URBAN AUDIO  investigates the

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Project Contest: “Snail Trail – Laser Sculpture”

Publicado en junio 16, 2012 por en Uncategorized

Snail Trail is an expermiental animation and a site-specific installation made with laser by German artist Phillip Artus. The work consists on a laser animation that is projected at an angle of 360° onto a column, so that the audience has to walk around to follow the course of the snail. The projection surface is

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