15folds:

VHS Infinity Mirror
Dom Sebastian, Artist, London.
'VHS Infinity Mirror', explores the ways in which real life and internet realms merge. In an age where the world can be accessed via the internet, this piece questions whether real life interactions are being phased out - the extinction of reality in favour of technology. The piece depicts the portal-like qualities of the internet and technology; the notion that when you log on you are being transported into a new world. 
Follow the Extinction thread at 15folds.com

15folds:

VHS Infinity Mirror

Dom Sebastian, Artist, London.

'VHS Infinity Mirror', explores the ways in which real life and internet realms merge. In an age where the world can be accessed via the internet, this piece questions whether real life interactions are being phased out - the extinction of reality in favour of technology. The piece depicts the portal-like qualities of the internet and technology; the notion that when you log on you are being transported into a new world. 

Follow the Extinction thread at 15folds.com

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meatbicyclevevo:

constable-frozen:

olaf mark7

what the fuck is going on

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prostheticknowledge:

Collider

Audiovisual experience developed by Funktronic Labs designed to be used with a Leap Motion gesture controller and an Oculus headset - video embedded below:

"Collider" is an audiovisual experience using the LEAP Motion (and Oculus Rift, optional) where you travel through a psychedelic supercollider while using 3D motion controls and gestures to warp your face with generative visuals and dynamic sounds.

It is hard not to be reminded of the 2001 Playstation 2 game ‘Rez' …

More here and here

funktroniclabs also has a Tumblr blog here


Alina Szapocznikow, Ceramika II, Ceramika I and Ceramika III, 1965
Alina Szapocznikow, Ceramika II, Ceramika I and Ceramika III, 1965

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exam:

"I’m not there" by Pol Úbeda Hervàs

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Nam June PaikUntitled1993
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artisont:

Nam June Paik
Untitled
1993

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