Breaking The Mold … Being Different

August 19, 2020
"Wave" the largest anamorphic illusion in the world.

“Wave” the largest anamorphic illusion in the world.

An interesting and original giant digital installation of what is described as the world's largest anamorphic illusion in Seoul's Coex Square. The installation titled "Wave" is located on the facade of the SMTown Coex Artium.
June 14, 2019

Network Effect is a real-time multimedia sculpture to experiment in a browser.

Introducing Network Effect, a multimedia sculpture in real time that you can experience in a browser, on your computer. Network Effect uses a variety of open-source tools and publicly-available data. The data comes from YouTube, Twitter, Google Books Ngrams, and Google News, with lots of help from Amazon Mechanical Turk to automate many different human tasks. The mapping of IP addresses to countries is provided by Google App Engine, and the life expectancy data is based on a combination of UN and WHO datasets from Wikipedia. If you want to experiment with this real time multimedia sculpture come in...
January 18, 2019

Marshall McLuhan. Visionary of the present and future society of the information.

McLuhan is known for coining the expression "the medium is the message" and the term global village, and for predicting the World Wide Web almost thirty years before it was invented. He was a fixture in media discourse in the late 1960s, though his influence began to wane in the early 1970s. In the years after his death, he continued to be a controversial figure in academic circles. With the arrival of the internet, however, interest has renewed in his work and perspective.
May 19, 2021

Creativity & The Future of Brand Advertising.

We live in an on-demand, interactive world where consumers are now more in control of their content experience. This interesting video explore the future of advertising and the role brands, agencies and publishers can play in evolving modern day media and storytelling through advertising whereby the message actually reflects - and is delivered by - the right medium.
September 20, 2017

The imaginary world of Candaş Şişman. Animation + Art.

We present the imaginary world of Candaş Şişman. Animation + Art! We invite you to see his interesting work below ...
September 18, 2019

Herbie Hancock: Buddhism and Creativity

In his memoir, “Possibilities,” Herbie Hancock describes the single most illuminating moment in his jazz career. It came when he was very young, playing keyboard with Miles Davis. During the show, Hancock suddenly played a chord he called, “so wrong” that he was stunned into momentary silence. “But Miles didn’t judge it,” he said in an interview with Jared Bowen. “He paused and played a few notes that suddenly made it work.” It took years for Hancock to integrate that moment into his personal musicianship—to learn not to judge the work—but it changed everything he did. The concept of going into the unfamiliar in art has fascinated me for a while—I even wrote an awkward analysis of Neil Young’s forays in a post called, The Unexpected Note, when I had even less knowledge of music. But I think the arts are all connected, and we will get to the answers sooner if we take multiple routes.
December 1, 2017

Federico Vanpraag Tugues, a deep vision of photography. (Article updated)

We present the deep photographic work of Federico Van Praag Tugues, a young Venezuelan-Spanish photographer. The interesting thing about Vanpraag's work is that even with his young age he manages to capture the deep reality with his camera, to see that hidden reality for most mortals inviting us to a reflection on that time stopped by him. All this also achieving a new aesthetic that will undoubtedly give much to speak in the not too distant future.
August 15, 2018

Hyper-Reality presents a provocative and kaleidoscopic new vision of the future.

Hyper-Reality (total runtime approx 6 minutes) is a concept film by Keiichi Matsuda. It presents a provocative and kaleidoscopic new vision of the future, where physical and virtual realities have merged, and the city is saturated in media.
March 12, 2021

A window to multimedia art of Cai Guo-Qiang

Cai Guo-Qiang is a Chinese artist who currently lives and works in New York City. Cai Guo-Qiang's practice draws on a wide variety of symbols, narratives, traditions and materials such as fengshui, Chinese medicine, shanshui paintings, science, flora and fauna, portraiture, and fireworks. Much of his work draws on Maoist/Socialist concepts for content, especially his gunpowder drawings which strongly reflect Mao Zedong's tenet "destroy nothing, create nothing." Cai has said: “In some sense, Mao Zedong influenced all artists from our generation with his utopian romance and sentiment." Cai’s importance when considered on the parallel history of Chinese contemporary art is "critical," as he was among the first artists to contribute to discussions of Chinese art, however geographically dispersed, as a viable intellectual narrative with its own historical context and theoretical framework.