Here are some pictures from the group video mapping show, Form and Substance: Projection Mapping and Contemporary Art last weekend in Brooklyn, NY. We will be posting a video from the show soon. Thank you to all of the artists involved. Very special thank you to DWP Live who provided all of the projectors for the exhibition.
Please let this happen.
The folks over at Who Sampled have compiled an excellent mix of the original samples from many of Daft Punk’s jams.
(via: The Strut)
Rodriguez on the cover of the French Rolling Stone Magazine!
Rodriguez! Man has my uttermost respect.
Memories of my youth. I remember, I think, all these posters.
A robotic vacuum cleaner called ‘Limbo‘ was created by industrial designer Elliot Cohen as a concept project for the 25th anniversary of Casabella. Unveiled at the 2013 International Housewares Show in Chicago, it was designed “to inspire and push the limits of design and engineering for the future.”
Notably: “The robotic floor cleaner powers itself through the bacteria it consumes.”
“Waves of Violence”
-from this Wired article:
“Incantation. A prayer for apps and the latest whatever, sung by “the witch”. New things to try, a desperation, an automation to it. A heaviness, as if being joined by a yoke to our technology, it’s dragging us, making us pay per download. We’re it’s slave.”
Leah Kardos’s album “Machines”, a song cycle based on themes of technology, loneliness and the human condition, with lyrics derived from spam emails. (via Tom A.)