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The satisfying crunch of crushing some crap has never been more enjoyable. Dmitry Morozov, working under his ::vtol:: alias, was commissioned to make an installation for Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow recently and what he devised allowed visitors to come in, enjoy a little destruction and come away with a keepsake of creation. The basics of […]

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Russian sound and technology artist ::vtol:: has created a spinning, levitating speaker which emits glitchy noise. The speaker spins fast or slow, LED lights flash and the noises it makes sound a lot like an old dial up modem. The speaker receives noise using bluetooth and the sound is created using “pure data.” The project Division By […]

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Prolific experimental technology artist vtol, already responsible for brainwave-reading instruments and musical tattoos, has created a device that “smells” pollution and uses the data to produce abstract art it prints on the spot like a Polaroid. Connected via Bluetooth to a computer, Digioxide can move around a city, relaying data back to a base where it […]

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Anywhere (2014) is a brand new sound art project by Moscow-based media-artist Dmitry Morozov aka ::vtol:: — a “pseudo multichannel personal autonomous sound installation with 10 panning spots.” It is, essentially, an umbrella skeleton that unfolds to hand 10 mini speakers around your head for ultimate sound piece immersion. Anywhere is made of “10 speakers,  optical relays, arduino uno
, micro […]

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