The “post-digital” aesthetic was developed in part as a result of the immersive...– Cascone, Kim. “The Aesthetics of Failure: “Post-Digital” Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music.” Computer Music Journal 24.4 (2000): 12-18. (via carvalhais)
Some Typographic Rules to Remember, adapted from... →
Which was one of my favourite design manuals of the 1990s. Still relevant though - and handy that the bulk of it fits on just a couple of pages of crib sheet.
Sound in Context | Sound and Music This looks interesting. Hans Ulrich Obrist, among others, discuss relationships between sound and art.
If you’re looking for some encouragement, take a look at this research project. I hate to be negative about it, but it seems to have quite a number of conceptual and technical shortcomings: The relationship between the images and the sounds seems arbitrary. The images are running so slowly that they seem unconnected to the sound when they are supposed to be responsive to it. I have no...
The first person who can combine this with this gets my unending and total respect. (And they can write their own risk assessment for it, don’t you know.)
There’s a story about the spot paintings, possibly apocryphal, that I love...– Damien Hirst: ‘Anyone can be Rembrandt’ | Art and design | The Guardian
neonworkshops home page →
These are the only people I’m aware of in the UK who offer courses in making your own neon artworks. I think they also make projects to order. Pricey but good.
Shapeways | passionate about creating →
Online 3D printing. Wow!
The Art of Jim Campbell: Seeing In Pixels →
Nice enough little write up of the work of Jim Cambell, with some video examples and a link to his site.
Michael Wolf: Paris Street View →
Wolf, a German-born photographer, works in Hong Kong. But his wife and son live in Paris and he travels there regularly. In his search for a new way of seeing the city, he clicked on Google Street View. He was captivated. “I spent hours each day, travelling virtually through the streets, looking at every square inch of Google’s robot pictures.” He loved their pixellated texture,...