Aaron Koblin Doing It Yet Again with "Unnumbered Sparks"

Curator: Sue Murphy
date: September 8, 2014
Categories: Art, Environmental Design, Experience Design
Tags: art, digital, installation, interactive, sculpture
If life was like The Matrix I'd ask for the Aaron Koblin card to be loaded into my brain. I'm always excited to see what project he's been working on. I have a hard time explaining to my family what I do, I can't even imagine how he does it. 
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Watch Luxury Fashion Come Undone in “Last Season,” by Artists Lernert and Sander

Curator: Leta Sobierajski
date: July 9, 2014
Categories: Entertainment Design, Motion Graphics
Tags: art, Film, high-concept, installation, lernert and sander

Last Season from Lernert & Sander on Vimeo.

Exceptionally talented Amsterdam-based artists Lernert and Sander create simple but stunning high-concept art films and installations driven by a unique, cheeky sense of humor. A year out of university I saw them speak at OFFF Festival in Barcelona, and was completely enamored by their matter-of-fact ideas and innovative eye that never fails to transform everyday objects into fantastical, vibrant creations (their color palettes are spot-on, too).
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The Deductions of Universe

Curator: Adam Wong
date: December 6, 2013
Categories: Experience Design, Information Design, Motion Graphics
“The Deductions of Universe” is a recent paper art exhibition by Jody Xiong. He set up an explosion device in a closet to capture the interaction between heaven and mankind, as well as an imitation of the big bang. Eight volunteers chose pigments they like, connected them with the explosion device and put them into an enclosed closet with a sheet of paper. The volunteers then used their mind to press the button. The pigments exploded, forming arbitrary images on the paper.
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Rain Room: rAndom International

Curator: Local Projects
date: March 4, 2013
Categories: Experience Design
Tags: 3D tracking cameras, installation, interaction design, rAndom International, water
The Rain Room installation created by rAndom International at the Barbican Centre in London invites visitors to enter a downpour of rain only to discover that their bodies interrupt the flow of water anywhere they go—they never get wet even as the rain continues to fall all around them. 
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Durga: Gautam Rangan

Curator: Matt Checkowski
date: September 28, 2012
Categories: Environmental Design, Experience Design, Illustration
Tags: installation, interface, storytelling

Durga from gautam rangan on Vimeo.

The interactive installation by Gautam Rangan retells the story of Durga Mahisasura Mardini, a Hindu goddess. The rotating canvas is an interface that reveals the two different versions of the story. When rotated counterclockwise, the wheel tells the story of Durga and Mahisha fighting one another. When rotated clockwise, the story transforms—and Durga and Mahisha fall in love.
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