Archive for the ‘Ephemeral Art’ Category

Sandrine Estrade Boulet Urban Inspired

Miércoles, 22 junio 2011

Me encanta !!!!!!!!!!

Sandrine Estrade Boulet is an artist greatly inspired by the urban environment that surrounds her. She expresses her strong imagination through these ironic and colorful illustrations.

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Immaterials: light painting WiFi

Viernes, 4 marzo 2011

Immaterials: light painting WiFi film by Timo Arnall, Jørn Knutsen and Einar Sneve Martinussen.

Es alucinante el efecto que consiguen… ¿os lo imagináis en 3D por toda la ciudad?…

This project explores the invisible terrain of WiFi networks in urban spaces by light painting signal strength in long-exposure photographs. A four-metre tall measuring rod with 80 points of light reveals cross-sections through WiFi networks using a photographic technique called light-painting.

This builds on a technique that was invented for the 2009 film ‘Immaterials: the Ghost in the Field’ which probed the edges of the invisible fields that surround RFID readers and tags in the world. It also began a series of investigations into what Matt Jones richly summarised as ‘Immaterials’.

While we were mapping out tiny RFID fields, we wondered what it would be like to apply the light painting process to larger-scale fields of Bluetooth, WiFi, GSM and 3G. What if we built huge light painting apparatus that could map out architectural and city-scale networks in the places and spaces they inhabited? We’re still very interested in understanding radio and wireless networks as one of the substrates essential to contemporary design practice.

La Naturaleza Efímera del Arte

Jueves, 18 noviembre 2010

Por fin !!! ephemeral art en Madrid !!!, podremos disfrutar de la exposición “on-on” en La Casa Encendida hasta el 16 de Enero del 2011, y porsupuesto gratis !!!

Los comisarios Flora Fairbairn y Olivier Varenne han afirmado que «Vivimos en un mundo sometido a un control constante por parte de los medios. Los artistas responden con obras efímeras que, por su naturaleza, no se pueden rastrear «realmente». Usan materiales que tienen una vida limitada o que están en constante evolución. Estas obras tan dispares, diseñadas en algunos casos para un entorno concreto, tienen en común su interés por los estados de cambio. Evolución, disolución, memoria, fragilidad y envejecimiento.»