Archives for posts tagged ‘interactive’

Chris Basmajian

Chris Basmajian Work from I Need Some Space to Think (at the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts through September 4th). “Chris Basmajian is a new media artist who creates provocative interactive sculptural works that utilize custom computer software and proximity sensors to generate a dialogue about humanity’s elusive search for knowledge and truth. For […]

Felice Varini

Felice Varini Work from porta trapezi aperti. “My field of action is architectural space and everything that constitutes such space. These spaces are and remain the original media for my painting. I work „on site“ each time in a different space and my work develops itself in relation to the spaces I encounter. I generally […]

Niklas Roy

Niklas Roy Work from PING!. “In the decade where videogames were born, everything virtual looked like rectangular blocks. From today’s perspective, the representation of a tennis court in the earliest videogames is hard to distinguish from a soccer or a basketball field. ‘PING! – Augmented Pixel’ is a seventies style videogame, that adds a layer […]

undef and Joshua Noble

undef and Joshua Noble Work from Receipt Racer. This entire post came from Today and Tomorrow, if you aren’t familiar with the site, check it out. Receipt Racer is a microproject by undef and Joshua Noble. It a simple game which they developed during the “Let’s feed the future workshop”, part of the OFFF Festival in Barcelona on June […]

David Horvitz

David Horvitz Work from his Photographs from 2009 and a bonus screen capture. Horvitz also has some other fantastic projects/performances/interventions on his website. All photographs can be seen on this blog. Printable files (in zip) can be downloaded here. A selection of 51 photographs from 2009 printed at 4″ x 6″ and contained inside a […]

Rafaël Rozendaal

Rafaël Rozendaal Work from,,,, and All of thee works are interactive web-based works, so the screen captures above are not representative of the full depth of each piece. Go see them. “Richard Brereton: As your online work is not for sale, how do you make a living from what you […]