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socialclaustrophobia:

Julio Le Parc (Argentinian/French, b. 1928) / Untitled [1]Silkscreen printed in colours, late 1960s, signed in pencil and numbered from the edition of 125, image: 19¼ × 19¼ in., sheet: 25¾ × 25¾ in.

socialclaustrophobia:

Julio Le Parc (Argentinian/French, b. 1928) / Untitled [1]
Silkscreen printed in colours, late 1960s, signed in pencil and numbered from the edition of 125, image: 19¼ × 19¼ in., sheet: 25¾ × 25¾ in.

anothervisionuk:

Looks fantastic! Suspect it would be hard to walk down them after a beer or two though!

contemporary-art-blog: Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie can transform any space into a visual delight with his geometric tape designs.

anothervisionuk:

Looks fantastic! Suspect it would be hard to walk down them after a beer or two though!

contemporary-art-blog: Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie can transform any space into a visual delight with his geometric tape designs.

staceythinx:

Algorithmic Menagerie by Raven Kwok

Kwok on his project:

Algorithmic Menagerie is a continuation of and the MFA thesis work of my long term research exploring artificial life and self-organization in the field of computer-based generative art. Programmed in Processing, Algorithmic Menagerie is an interactive virtual environment inhabited by algorithmic creatures. These creatures with dynamic cellular structures are created using various methods of finite subdivision on geometric objects, and exhibit different kinds of biological interactions with each other, reaching an equilibrium within the simulated ecosystem. Audience participants are invited to intervene or interact in the life processes.

For the audio part of the project, I collaborated with my colleague K. Michael Fox, who designed unique sonification rule for each species and sonified the entire simulated eco-system in real-time using Super Collider.

See it in motion in this video:

Algorithmic Menagerie from Raven Kwok on Vimeo.

(Source: Vice Magazine)