Hot Pop Factory 3D-scanned a bunch of people and gift them with personalized Pez candy dispensers. Sweet…
MOVIEBARCODE compresses entire films and famous film sequences into barcode-like images where the lines represent frames from the movie.
“Playing video games before bedtime may give people an unusual level of awareness and control in their dreams, LiveScience has learned.[…] Dreams and video games both represent alternate realities, according to Jayne Gackenbach, a psychologist at Grant MacEwan University in Canada. But she pointed out that dreams arise biologically from the human mind, while video games are technologically driven by computers and gaming consoles.
“If you’re spending hours a day in a virtual reality, if nothing else it’s practice,” said Jayne Gackenbach, a psychologist at Grant MacEwan University in Canada. “Gamers are used to controlling their game environments, so that can translate into dreams.”
“We can argue about whether the loss of a cultural center is a good thing or not, but it really doesn’t matter what one generation believes is good for the next… all of our choices are leading in just one direction, which is away from the center.”
Seth Godin, We Are All Weird
Claire Trotignon, Laughing out loud, 2011
“Untitled” or : Confessions of a post-post-modernist
Ben Carrick, 2013
Mark McEvoy is a british artist and illustrator. “New Lyrics for Old songs”, his most recent series, is an ongoing investigation on the relationship between images and text. New words are juxtaposed with old photographs, famous works of art and book covers, suggesting new interpretations and multiple meanings. Also, the project seems to suggest that any image, with an appropriate caption, can turn into an internet meme.
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You are always looking for an emotion that has already been felt, just as you like to get an old pair of trousers back from the cleaners, which seem new as long as you don’t look too close. Artists are cleaners, don’t be taken in by them. The real modern works of art are not made by artists, but quite simply by men.
Francis Picabia, in Jesus Christ Rastaquouère (1920)
Andreas Feininger, The Photojournalist, 1955
Minus (2002) by Christoph Büchel: a punk-concert was held inside a room at the Kunstverein Hannover. Immediately after the show, the entire room was frozen.