Archives for posts tagged ‘computers’

Jeff Thompson

Jeff Thompson Work from Computers on Law & Order “In the fall of 1990, a television program about crime, police investigation, and criminal trials named Law & Order aired for the first time. The show eventually ended in 2010, tied with Gunsmoke for the longest-running live-action television show at 20 seasons and 456 episodes.[1] With its unique (and consistent) style and […]


LIA Work from Black & White. “The Austrian artist LIA – one of the early pioneers of Software and Net Art – has been creating digital art, installations and sound works since 1995. Her works combine various traditions of drawing and painting with the aesthetic of digital images and algorithms. They are characterized by a […]

Timothy Evans and Daniel Eatock

Timothy Evans in collaboration with Daniel Eatock Work from RGB Transition. “RGB Transition is a great minimalist piece created by Timothy Evans in collaboration with Daniel Eatock. They used only three colors; R, G, and B, and then 50 common video transitions to animate it. I really love this simple way and powerful result! “A video image consists of three primary […]

Yuri Suzuki

Yuri Suzuki Work from his oeuvre. “‘with the lost of their physicality, objects become virtual existences. the reason why I have a feeling of uneasiness towards sound recorded in a digital format, is because the digital data of sound is nothing more than a virtual copy of the existing original’ says suzuki the ‘record’ was […]

Lino Lake

Lino Lake Work from his oeuvre. “The painting exciting for me to be his obsessive nature and role ambiguity, obsolete or not in the global context of art where it is always, nonetheless, unexpected. His scholarship seems to break the only rule of art: Freedom. The painting is indeed a closed frame appears to be […]

Nicolas Sassoon

Nicolas Sassoon Work from his oeuvre. See Home/Land @ Ani-Gif “I want to go back to the idea of modularity that has come across in the last model you sent me. Does the malleability and flexibility of these 3D environments inspire your process, or has your work always contained a element of repetition and combination? I’ve always been excited […]

Adam Cruces

Adam Cruces Work from his oeuvre. “The conceptual interests of my current body of work have surfaced from an obsession with space-time. In earlier projects I had dealt with space and time more directly in relation to perception, by creating video installations. But recently I’ve been more intrigued with how people use their (personal) space […]

Arend deGruyter-Helfer

Arend deGruyter-Helfer Work from his oeuvre. Also check out his screensaver 3 and Untitled Window. “the two best compliments i’ve received recently, paraphrased: 1. ‘your work is really like a screensaver.’ 2. ‘it’s really nice watching you use the internet. you’re so efficient.’” – Arend deGruyter-Helfer

Mark Beasley

Mark Beasley Work from ICEMELT “ICEMELT is an arduino and CRT monitor powered off of a 12vdc car battery.  The arudino measures the voltage of the battery as it entropies and draws a corresponding ice cube on the CRT.  As the battery dies the ice cube melts until the battery looses the capacity to power […]

Jon Rafman and Tabor Robak

Jon Rafman and Tabor Robak Work from BNJP.exe. “After a rough week at work you contact an acquaintance who can get you Rhodopas M60A for a good price. The acquaintance gives you an eight-digit phone number that connects you to the shrill baud of a fax machine. Within a quarter-hour your phone rings, a low-toned […]