Archive for the ‘movie of the day’ Category
Love this!! Grand father of game mod culture meets latest super star in mod heaven. :))
… results in this recent game: Ace of Spades
My current favorite clip. These sort of moments are the best in life!
Impressive Gesammtkunstwerk by Austrian writers!
Peter Brötzmann Trio
Live at Museum Of Art, Norrköping, Sweden.
Peter Brötzmann, cl;
Peter Friis Nielsen, g;
Peeter Uuskyla, dr.
The trio is recorded by Ayler Records
(… is getting really interesting in the mid of the clip. Love this! Thx to my mother taking me to all those concerts back in the days …)
(LOVE it :) ….. found at Cannobio, Italy)
(… seen on LH190 FRA-TXL last week)
By blogging this video by Brad Tromel I try to improve my … “constant broadcast of my identity as recognizably unique brand.” :) Good stuff @Brad!
Re-told version of a lecture given at PS1 MoMA for the release of NYU Press’s Social Media Reader about the effects social media has had on young artists, contrasting the vision of a utopian commons with the rise of personal branding.
(the shadows look so beautiful, I had to record this …)
Some artists don’t like at all to find pictures of their pieces on tumblr blogs without any context or credits. Olia aka @gifmodel in the contrary enjoys that! :) via http://art.teleportacia.org/exhibition/AGM/
Great exhibition concept by Hennesy Youngman :) Will try to get a piece in there :)
(Awesome piece and I love that long title :)
( .. great video! via @laughingsquid )
Great low(high)tech cartoon reality mix by Markus Neidel, student at HAW Hamburg
My favorite calendar for 2012 !! :)
found at Cafe MÖRDER, Berlin
[1st published on fffffat]
Art aware hackers!! Your code can be art! Yes, no kidding!! Just follow the super easy tutorial below and make art today!!
Recent events have shown again that computer code and its power is still underestimated by the public and governments. The way software is written, it s quality, openess, closedness etc. has a very high impact on which way society is taking. Some small changes or features in code can result in an enormous loss of democratic values or lead to a hidden surveillance state. Because comparably only few people can read and understand code it is so important we communicate it, discuss it in public and make it art! :)
Congrats to the CCC for revealing and revers engeneering this incredible piece of software and to FAZ (a leading german news paper, circulation of 360.000) which went of the charts by printing 5 full pages assembler code. Awesome!
Germany’s Chaos Computer Club published the sourcecode for a piece of malware used by the German government to spy on citizens. The software was discovered in the wild and reverse engineered. It can be used to spy on or control remote PCs. Because of flaws in the software, anyone who was infected with this by German police was vulnerable to spying by “anyone on the street.” The German supreme court banned the use of trojans to spy on German citizens in 2008. ….
(….working on a new piece at Eyebeam NYC … check out this short preview, Internet Cat! :-)
Sort of spontaneous piano concert in the street during “Fete de la Musique” Berlin I stumbled into two days ago. Public Space is just the best place for art.
Today on 31st of May, the official quitfacebookday.com, you should take 20 min off from work and watch this South Park episode. It’s a brilliant mix of FB everyday life social hassle and the power of profiles combined with the mother of all virtuality “Tron”.
I hope Smotri.com is a safe place for this material. ;-)
Since I failed so desperately the last time I had to try this again. :-)
Silver Cell is one of my oldest projects but still cutting edge technology ;-)
I recently picked up the production again and made a quick video documentation.
Limited multiple: edition of 50
Dimensions: 16 x 8 cm
Material: silver-plated polyamid fabric, 3 layers, cord, cordstopper
More pictures and text on project page.
Deutsche Bank runs since a while this stupid fake money campaign. I always wanted to do this …
Let’s get ready for halloween!