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Michal Kohút

Michal Kohút Work from 0,1. “The average blink occurs in just 100-400 milliseconds–so fast that we barely acknowledge the world going black ten times a minute. Blinking is an ingenious, semi-autonomic function that allows us all to worry about bigger problems than perpetually rewetting our eyeballs. “0, 1” is an installation by Michal Kohút (with […]

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 […]