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Interview with Hyun Jean Lee

The interview with media artist Hyun Jean Lee was conducted in November 2013 via email exchanges. Currently living and working in Seoul, Korea, Dr. Lee is actively engaged in art and research projects while teaching young media artists at Yonsei University. In this interview, she...
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Interview with Antonin Fourneau

The interview with artist Antonin Fourneau, creator of Water Light Graffiti, was conducted via email in April 2013. Photos and video of Water Light Graffiti were taken at Grohe Live Center, NYC Design Week, May 13, 2013. Other photos and videos are provided by the artist. Water...
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Interview with Sam Van Aken

Interview with installation and new media artist Sam Van Aken.
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[radical] signs of life

Music is generated from the dancers‘ muscles and blood flow via biophysical sensors that capture sound waves from the performers’ bodies. This data triggers complex neural patterns to be projected onto multiple screens as 3D imagery.
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Pulse Park | Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

"Pulse Park" is comprised of a matrix of light beams that graze the central oval field of Madison Square Park.
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Domestic Tension | Wafaa Bilal

In this, his latest effort, Domestic Tension, viewers can log onto the internet to contact or “shoot” Bilal with paintball guns. Bilal’s objective is to raise awareness of virtual war and privacy, or lack thereof, in the digital age. During the course of the exhibition, Bilal...
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Cabinet of Curiousness

The Cabinet of Curiousness

The Cabinet of Curiousness is an antique wooden card catalogue with 20 drawers. Functioning as an interactive piece, the opening of each drawer activates a voice or piece of music from within the cabinet.
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Matthew Davidson aka Stretta

Matthew Davidson (Stretta) discusses his work, the Monome, and Max for Live. Video by Stretta.
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Orchestra Da Camera

Orchestra Da Camera

An interactive installation by Quiet Ensemble that have mice running wheels playing music boxes. I love the low tech sophistication of this piece. While they run around they can play a lullaby by Brahms, Schubert or Mozart.
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