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February 12, 2013 Andy Cush

Digital artist Evan Bech creates these psychedelic visuals by using digital means to replicate a time-worn analog glitch technique: the feedback loop. A program that’s constantly taking screen grabs and generating new images goes haywire as Bech manually moves windows around, creating an effect that evokes both the old Solitaire win screen (thanks, Co.Design) and […]

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February 8, 2013 Marina Galperina

Yes, that lamp has DEER HOOF FEET. No, that’s not Twin Peaks. Remember Aram Bartholl’s digital art glory hole at the Museum of Moving Image in Queens? Volume 5 in launching today! Through March 14, bring your blank dvd to the DVD Dead Drop and it shall spit out the Best of Fach & Asendorf Gallery of net art, compiled by […]

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February 4, 2013 Marina Galperina

In preparation for September 30th, 2015, when the commercial use of drones is scheduled to go nationwide, artist Rajeev Basu collaborated with some of the world’s most famous designers to bring you Drones of New York. They’re watching you and they’re perty. Like this one with Kyle Platts, spotted over 72nd street: The John Lennon Memorial drone that “permanently circles the block where […]

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January 24, 2013 Eugene Reznik

In 1956, one anonymous proto-hacker took to a $238 million military computer and used it to render an image of a woman from a December issue of Esquire magazine on a small CRT screen. This marked one of the most important, newly unearthed landmarks in the history of computer graphics and digital art. Here’s how […]

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January 15, 2013 Andy Cush

Digital artist Andy Willis creates the above beautiful collages by analyzing each second of a film for its most prominent hue, then displaying those colors on a 60-wide grid–turning iconic movies into abstract streams of color. His works, called “Spotmaps” are as functional as they are aesthetic: scanning the maps of the first three Die Hard films, […]

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