09.02.15 by Prosthetic Knowledge

Vtol

vtol

Moscow artist Dmitry Morozov explores the medium of electronics in his work, using everything from barcodes to robotics to generate glitch visuals and abstract sounds. Below is a selection of his works:

Nayral-Ro

An installation that features twelve robotic arms with speakers, which can be conducted by a participant through the gestures of their hands.

Reading My Body

A device that is held above the arm that reads any tattoo markings to translate into electronic sounds.

Turbo-Gusli

An instrument that can be controlled using an EEG brain-reading headset.

Post Code

Installation piece that reads a digital barcode and prints a unique postcard from that information.

You can find many more projects at Dmitry’s website here













Prosthetic Knowledge
Rich Oglesby is the UK-based creator of the art and technology blog, Prosthetic Knowledge.



  • That mind-reading headset instrument is wild!!

  • Emil

    Sounds like Mount Kimbie used the Turbo-Gusli instrument when recoring “Before I move off”! haha





21.04.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Carl Baratta

Paintings inspired by various mythologies and ancient poetry by Los Angeles-based artist Carl Baratta. More images below.

Read More

21.04.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Frank Gonzales

A selection of recent work by artist Frank Gonzales. Click here for previous posts. See more images below.

Read More

21.04.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Antoine Marchalot

Wish I’d known about Antoine Marchalot sooner! The Paris-based illustrator has so many wild ideas, even the older work feels fresh. Check out more below.

Read More

21.04.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Jackson Epstein

A selection of work by Brooklyn-based SVA grad Jackson Epstein. Love this stuff. More images below.

Read More

20.04.17 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Kelsey Borch

A selection of work by illustrator Kelsey Borch. More images below.

Read More