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Syver Lauritzsen and Eirik Haugen Murvold, Monolitt, 2014



MONOLITT is an interactive installation that quite literally paints the mood of the city, using social media feeds as an input. The installation takes electronic signals and lets them manifest themselves in the physical world. Using sentiment analytics, the installation links tweets to corresponding colored paints in realtime, feeding them out through the top of the sculpture, letting them flow into a procedurally generated three-dimensional painting.
Syver’s Tumblr blog, syverlauritzsen, can be found here
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MONOLITT is an interactive installation that quite literally paints the mood of the city, using social media feeds as an input. The installation takes electronic signals and lets them manifest themselves in the physical world. Using sentiment analytics, the installation links tweets to corresponding colored paints in realtime, feeding them out through the top of the sculpture, letting them flow into a procedurally generated three-dimensional painting.
Syver’s Tumblr blog, syverlauritzsen, can be found here
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MONOLITT is an interactive installation that quite literally paints the mood of the city, using social media feeds as an input. The installation takes electronic signals and lets them manifest themselves in the physical world. Using sentiment analytics, the installation links tweets to corresponding colored paints in realtime, feeding them out through the top of the sculpture, letting them flow into a procedurally generated three-dimensional painting.
Syver’s Tumblr blog, syverlauritzsen, can be found here
(via prostheticknowledge)

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MONOLITT is an interactive installation that quite literally paints the mood of the city, using social media feeds as an input. The installation takes electronic signals and lets them manifest themselves in the physical world. Using sentiment analytics, the installation links tweets to corresponding colored paints in realtime, feeding them out through the top of the sculpture, letting them flow into a procedurally generated three-dimensional painting.
Syver’s Tumblr blog, syverlauritzsen, can be found here
(via prostheticknowledge)

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MONOLITT is an interactive installation that quite literally paints the mood of the city, using social media feeds as an input. The installation takes electronic signals and lets them manifest themselves in the physical world. Using sentiment analytics, the installation links tweets to corresponding colored paints in realtime, feeding them out through the top of the sculpture, letting them flow into a procedurally generated three-dimensional painting.
Syver’s Tumblr blog, syverlauritzsen, can be found here
(via prostheticknowledge)

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MONOLITT is an interactive installation that quite literally paints the mood of the city, using social media feeds as an input. The installation takes electronic signals and lets them manifest themselves in the physical world. Using sentiment analytics, the installation links tweets to corresponding colored paints in realtime, feeding them out through the top of the sculpture, letting them flow into a procedurally generated three-dimensional painting.
Syver’s Tumblr blog, syverlauritzsen, can be found here
(via prostheticknowledge)

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    Syver Lauritzsen and Eirik Haugen Murvold, Monolitt, 2014

    MONOLITT is an interactive installation that quite literally paints the mood of the city, using social media feeds as an input. The installation takes electronic signals and lets them manifest themselves in the physical world. Using sentiment analytics, the installation links tweets to corresponding colored paints in realtime, feeding them out through the top of the sculpture, letting them flow into a procedurally generated three-dimensional painting.

    Syver’s Tumblr blog, syverlauritzsen, can be found here

    (via prostheticknowledge)

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    Olafur Eliasson, Riverbed, 2014
Site-specific installation of 180 tons of Icelandic rock and water at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark. 
Exhibition, Riverbed at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark, August 20th, 2014 - January 4, 2015 

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Site-specific installation of 180 tons of Icelandic rock and water at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark. 
Exhibition, Riverbed at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark, August 20th, 2014 - January 4, 2015 

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Site-specific installation of 180 tons of Icelandic rock and water at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark. 
Exhibition, Riverbed at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark, August 20th, 2014 - January 4, 2015 

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      Olafur EliassonRiverbed, 2014

      Site-specific installation of 180 tons of Icelandic rock and water at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark. 

      Exhibition, Riverbed at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark, August 20th, 2014 - January 4, 2015 

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      Matt Johnson, Pyramid of Dust, dust, 2011, 15 x 15 x 15 inches, Pedestal: 15 x 33 x 33 inches , Vitrine: 30 x 33 x 33 inches 
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      Matt JohnsonPyramid of Dust, dust, 2011, 15 x 15 x 15 inches, Pedestal: 15 x 33 x 33 inches , Vitrine: 30 x 33 x 33 inches 

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      Graciela Sacco is both a distinguished professor of 20th century Latin-American art and a visual artist who works with photography, video and installation.  
Sacco’s work touches on the relationship between power, politics and the human condition. She is perhaps best known for her use of heliography (sun writing), an early photographic technique involving the transfer of an image by placing it on a chemically treated surface exposed to sunlight, and photoserigraphy, which enables her to imprint thrown shadows on transparent acrylic sheets. (Text Source)
Sacco is represented by Rolf Gallery. 
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Sacco’s work touches on the relationship between power, politics and the human condition. She is perhaps best known for her use of heliography (sun writing), an early photographic technique involving the transfer of an image by placing it on a chemically treated surface exposed to sunlight, and photoserigraphy, which enables her to imprint thrown shadows on transparent acrylic sheets. (Text Source)
Sacco is represented by Rolf Gallery. 
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Graciela Sacco is both a distinguished professor of 20th century Latin-American art and a visual artist who works with photography, video and installation.  
Sacco’s work touches on the relationship between power, politics and the human condition. She is perhaps best known for her use of heliography (sun writing), an early photographic technique involving the transfer of an image by placing it on a chemically treated surface exposed to sunlight, and photoserigraphy, which enables her to imprint thrown shadows on transparent acrylic sheets. (Text Source)
Sacco is represented by Rolf Gallery. 
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Graciela Sacco is both a distinguished professor of 20th century Latin-American art and a visual artist who works with photography, video and installation.  
Sacco’s work touches on the relationship between power, politics and the human condition. She is perhaps best known for her use of heliography (sun writing), an early photographic technique involving the transfer of an image by placing it on a chemically treated surface exposed to sunlight, and photoserigraphy, which enables her to imprint thrown shadows on transparent acrylic sheets. (Text Source)
Sacco is represented by Rolf Gallery. 
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Graciela Sacco is both a distinguished professor of 20th century Latin-American art and a visual artist who works with photography, video and installation.  
Sacco’s work touches on the relationship between power, politics and the human condition. She is perhaps best known for her use of heliography (sun writing), an early photographic technique involving the transfer of an image by placing it on a chemically treated surface exposed to sunlight, and photoserigraphy, which enables her to imprint thrown shadows on transparent acrylic sheets. (Text Source)
Sacco is represented by Rolf Gallery. 
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        Graciela Sacco is both a distinguished professor of 20th century Latin-American art and a visual artist who works with photography, video and installation.  

        Sacco’s work touches on the relationship between power, politics and the human condition. She is perhaps best known for her use of heliography (sun writing), an early photographic technique involving the transfer of an image by placing it on a chemically treated surface exposed to sunlight, and photoserigraphy, which enables her to imprint thrown shadows on transparent acrylic sheets. (Text Source)

        Sacco is represented by Rolf Gallery

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        Alice Aycock, sand/fans, 2008 (recreation), 1971 (original)“…it happens over time: Little piles of sand make ripples and waves and little dunes. It takes hours.” —Alice Aycock
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          Alice Aycock, sand/fans, 2008 (recreation), 1971 (original)

          “…it happens over time: Little piles of sand make ripples and waves and little dunes. It takes hours.” —Alice Aycock

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