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04.01.13 Kyle Petreycik

Opening tonight, in conjunction with their five-year anniversary, Free Art & Technology Lab is having an exhibition at Eyebeam. Lindsay Howard has curated F.A.T. Lab’s first retrospective, a group of twenty-five artists, hackers, engineers, musicians, and graffiti writers, each who have in some way been involved with Eyebeam. The Free Art and Technology Lab is an organization dedicated to enriching the public domain through the research […]

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01.05.10 Will Sherman

After the success of last year’s Kanye Webst Week, the minds over at Free Art and Technology are dedicating this one to Graffiti Markup Language. Already the standard for digital graffiti projects like Graffiti Analysis, Laser Tag and EyeWriter, the tag archiving file format is also the basis of another new release, a Graffiti Analysis […]

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09.04.09 Will Sherman

FUCK 3D glasses aren’t intended to enhance one’s perspective, just to suppress it. Offering a simple solution for those people “sick of the 3rd dimension,” the new printable eyewear, quickly constructed by Free Art and Technology’s Aram Bartholl, does away with depth perception in favor of simpler, flatter visions that will surely comfort the computer […]

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05.18.09 Will Sherman

After a stellar showing of Yeezy rant technology on Friday, Kanye Webst Week wrapped up with a strong finish this weekend. Free Art & Technology showed us to a new online tool for putting “Where Are You Yeezy?” speech bubbles not just on attractive ladies as Kanye does, but any photo, even terrorists. After that, […]

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05.15.09 Will Sherman

Kanye Webst Week continues, hitting new heights on day five. Free Art & Technology debuts the Caps LEDs Rants – Twitter Badge, a stylish pin automatically updated with the latest Yeezy rant for you to “wear and show off … in public.” And continuing their endeavors in the offline world, F.A.T. educates the public about […]

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05.14.09 Will Sherman

Kanye West is too busy blogging to twitter, but thanks to Free Art & Technology, you can use the 140-character service to stay up on Yeezy’s latest rants. Behold, the Kanye Rant Detector, newly released for Kanye Webst Week. |F.A.T.| […]

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05.13.09 Will Sherman

Kanye Webst Week soldiers on, gifting the internet with the KANYEFY Bookmarklet that magically turns every web page into a caps-locked Yeezy rant. Plus, there’s a MIDI version of “Through the Wire” to assault your ear drums if your speakers are turned up. |F.A.T.| […]

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05.12.09 Will Sherman

It’s “Kanye Webst Week” over at F.A.T., where they’re “posting Kanye-West-Web-2.0 related original content on the daily…AND TYPING EXCLUSIVELY IN CAPS.” Already they’ve debuted Kanye Vision, a bookmarklet to simulate browsing the internet in Ye’s signature shutter shades and a gold lamé face mask to ward of swine flu. However, the best release so far […]

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