09.04.15 by Jeff

“A Risky Jump” by Artist Scott Billings


Love this piece by Vancouver-based artist Scott Billings, currently on show at WAAP. “A Risky Jump” is a kinetic sculpture that projects a video clip as it moves. This gave me so many ideas! Watch the video below!

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09.04.15 by Jeff

Interactive Projections by Artist Aakash Nihalani


Recently Aakash Nihalani has been moving beyond his signature tape installations, experimenting with interactive projections. A camera picks up the viewers movements and the projections react in real-time. Watch the video clip below to see them in action!

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27.02.15 by Prosthetic Knowledge

Interactive Installation: A Thousand Times Me

A Thousand Times Me

An interactive installation by Visual Pilots puts the audience into algorithmic space, combining recursive fractals and reflections of the participants creating a real-time kaleidoscopic experience. Watch the video below.

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17.02.15 by Jeff

Sound Installation: Zimoun 250 prepared ac-motors, 325 kg roof laths, 1.8 km rope


New sound installation by Swiss artist Zimoun (previously featured here and here), at Knockdown Center, in New York. The exhibition is part of 3 concurrent solo exhibitions in New York (Bitforms gallery NYC, Knockdown Center NYC, and Simons Gallery for Geometry and Physics at the Stony Brook University). Zimoun often utilizes cotton balls and cardboard boxes but this piece is made of rope and wood.

Love to experience this piece in person. Watch the video below.

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04.02.15 by Prosthetic Knowledge



Interactive installation by Dan Rosenfeld is a small playful game featuring little people who live in a wall. Installed at the Urban Putt indoor miniature golf course, participants place their ball into it and have to work out how to get it back, interacting with the holographic dwellers – video embedded below.

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24.11.14 by Jeff

Chad Murray


“Solitary ping pong on the ocean” by Vancouver-based artist Chad Murray. There’s something about this image of a person playing ping pong, against a perfect horizon, forever that I find funny, and sad, and actually kinda poetic. Watch the video below.

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14.10.14 by Jeff

Norwegian Designers Mesmerizing Kinetic Installation for Lundin Norway


“Breaking The Surface” is a collaboration between ctrl+N, Scandinavian Design Group, Kontur, Abida, and Intek for Lundin Norway. The installation is essentially a grid of plastic cyclinders that move up into the ceiling as people walk underneath it. The wave-like motions can be experienced from below, on the first floor, but also from above, on the second floor. Love to see this in person, watch the videos below.

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18.06.14 by Jeff

“Strandlines” by artist Michelle Higa Fox


“Strandlines” is a generative single-channel video installation by artist filmmaker Michelle Higa Fox. Digital waves move back and forth across 400 pounds of sand. The waves corresponds to local tides, and no two waves are ever the same. Watch the video below.

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