Aaron Koblin, part software programmer and part artist, creates fascinating works by creating visual interfaces to digest various types of data. You may have seen one of his projects circulating virally around the web.
James George creates unique and distorted views of the world around him by manipulating imagery captured from camera with code and audio soundtracks. Being a tech junkie myself, I was initially drawn in with the imagery that he captured using an Xbox Kinect and an HD SLR camera.
The second TransNatural event will be opening on March 4. I am really drawn to this exhibit because it mixes art and technology in a very compelling way to make statements and ask questions about the biochemical world we live in today and what the future will be.
As the year comes to an end, I, like many, tend to reflect on the last year. One thing I enjoy is looking back to see what posts readers of Today in Art like most. The best way I have of doing this today is by looking at the most visited posts.
While writing 22 Beautiful & Creative iPhone Apps I found many wonderful apps exploring different aspects of user interaction with art, imagery and sound. Experimental Art applications like these are not new, but user access to them and how they interact with them is.
I decided to write a post about iPhone apps to explore how art is influencing the world around us. I set out to find apps that are creative and imagery to interact with the user in a unique way. Games immediately come to mind when I begin my search, but I started to see amazing utility apps like clocks and music generators that have been completely re-imagined.
Erik Natzke is an interactive designer pushing to blur the lines between technology and creativity. Armed with his keen design and programming skills, Natzke renders amazing works of digital art.
This music video for Jemapur features some really nice animation work by Genki Ito. The song in the video is Clarte.
artist & website: Genki Ito – http://itogenki.com/