1. dvdp will always be my favourite giffer. Fantastic stuff.

     

  2. I always love Ryoji Ikeda's performance photography, so much.

     

  3. Reading for today’s journey home: projection-reaction (2008) for violin(s)

    Have a good read through Randy Raine-Reusch’s graphics


    Then, after some thinking, plan some measurements for CRACK, of frog and/or tip to violin body…

     


  4. The process of making the [art] work has the capacity to gather up ideas and qualities, but ultimately these various relationships settle into a presentational form; they become present as a singular image.
    — 

    Do I agree?

    [art] work replacing ‘visual’ work, thus broadening the question to sonic art/music as well as image.

     

  5. So I am enormously happy that these guys are at HCMF this year.

     

  6. For my work to exist authentically “both as the presentation of the immediate forms and also as the presence of all that they either stand for, or draw in, by association”.

     

  7. Images from Julieanne Kost’s photo series and book Window Seat.

    I bloody love aeroplane photography. (Not photos of planes.)

    (via theantidote)

     

  8. Could you not watch one hour with me?

    If the quiet coach really is quiet, on the train home tonight, I’d really like to give this a go.

    The work revisits from a fresh perspective the well-established idea that there is no such thing as silence. It also throws down a challenge in its title, asking, even daring the listener to sacrifice an hour to an end that may appear futile or meaningless. (via 5:4)

     

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  10. Fireworks In Reverse [NYE 2012 Melbourne] by jcltay.

    (via theantidote)

     
     


  11. geography |jēˈägrəfē|
    noun
    [usu. in sing. the nature and relative arrangement of places and physical features knowing the geography andtopology of the battlefield.

    topographical |ˌtäpəˈgrafikəl|
    adjective
    of or relating to the arrangement or accurate representation of the physical features of an area thetopographical features of the river valley.

    fractal |ˈfraktəl|
    noun
    a curve or geometric figure, each part of which has the same statistical character as the whole.

    contour|ˈkänˌtoŏr|
    noun
    (usu. contours)    an outline, esp. one representing or bounding the shape or form of something she traced the contours of his face with her finger. figurative the contours of American life.

     

  12. theantidote:

    City lights and neurons show striking similarities to in these side-by-side comparisons by Infinity Imagined. The city light photos were taken aboard the International Space Station, while the neuron images were created with fluorescence microscopy.

     

  13. WILLIAM LAMSON (7knotwind)

    details from A Line Describing the Sun — a short film that documents how Lamson went to the Mojave Desert with a giant Fresnel lens, which concentrated the punishing sun into a single 1,800-degree spot. Lamson followed the sun’s path across the course of a day, so that the sand beneath his feet became an arc of fused glass.

    (Source: )

     

  14. …and darkness came

    An 87-track Bandcamp album, featuring some of my favourite ambient artists, including Helios, Nils Frahm, and Tavlihorros. Go listen some

     

  15. Developed by NewMediology (Danqing Shi), Last Clock is a clock app that uses popular slit scan technique to keep you in factual time, human time and remote time. Just like any other analog clock, the app has three hands: one for seconds, minutes and hours. The hands, however, are made of a slice of live video that gets scanned to the clockface. With different refresh rate for the three hands, the three time circles reflect the rhythms of the space at different temporal resolutions. The app also allows you to stream the last clock camera feed over the internet.”

    – via theantidote.