Onformative’s true/false is a kinetic sculpture composed of arrays of circular black metal segments set in mechanical columns. Interlocking and rotating around fluorescent light tubes. On or off, true or false. Some entities have the property of being committed to adopt either one of the two states and switch between them. This sculpture explores what lies in between these fundamental states in order to make change tangible.
FutureDelux created “The Game within the Game”. A campaign that visualises the ever changing sports data and statistics in a powerful and compelling way – For fans who follow numbers as well as the sports.
The Expression Wall is a playful surface that allows you to express yourself in many different ways. You can engage from a distance as your body movement triggers colorful animations. In expression mode, you can move abstract color around with your hands. In drawing mode, you are prompted with a question that you can answer in written or drawn form.
This unique touch surface was created with 100 procedurally generated slats of plexiglas which are backlit by LED light. The natural flex of the plexiglas provides a surprising and delightful surface for drawing.
The Expression Wall is an ongoing installation at Deloitte University gives attendees a way to express themselves. Each expression is stored in an ever growing gallery that reflects the moods, opinions and interests of D.U. attendees.
Meandering River is an audiovisual art installation comprised of real-time generated visuals and music composed by an A.I. The digital artwork makes change perceivable by creating a unique awareness of time. Spanning over multiple screens, the piece reinterprets the shifting movements of rivers by visualizing and sonifying their impact on the surface of the earth.
This spring in the Stockholm City Hall we presented the audiovisual performance "Cognition" developed by our studio in collaboration with the composer and pianist Nikola Melnikov and Asko.
The installation of "Cognition" is an expression of striving for the perfect shape. Everything can be perfect–whether it is a geometric figure or a person. The experience of perfection exists where people open themselves in external icons.
Communicate Google’s ability to transform human data into rich, personalized experiences through a series of powerful, one-of-a-kind interactions.
Karma Fields is a visual music experiences involving electronic music and generative art visuals that correlate with the sound itself. I saw them in LA in November 2016 and the whole experience was so captivating to the point where i couldn't stop watching.
Data consists of valuable information that enhances people’s lives and it has so many stories to tell. While Siemens interprets data to deliver results to their customers and improve how their technology performs, offering people a first-hand experience of it is more challenging. But what if a different kind of expert interpreted data to create something entirely different, something that would help people grasp its full potential? Using Siemens data, award-winning digital media artist Refik Anadol is making the invisible visible: Using specialist software, he has translated data into a stunning, tangible piece of art that we can all enjoy.
Miguel Chevalier's oeuvre is experimental and multidisciplinary. Taking references from the history of art and reformulating them using computer tools, his works investigate and explore recurrent themes such as nature and artifice, flows and networks, virtual cities and ornate designs. His images are a rich source of insights into ourselves and our relationship with the world.
"Pixels Wave” is a giant light carpet that will fill the floor inside the National Design Center.
Various “multicolored graphic scenes,” following one upon another in random fashion, are composed of such symbolic motifs from the digital universe as pixels, 0s and 1s (symbolic representations of binary code), mathematical symbols (+, x, and -), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.
Field have created mesmerizing visuals of moving sculptures, casting the complexity of global trading into newfound and suggestive shapes.
Financial market data and global economic parameters were used as inputs to drive procedural and parametric models; their aesthetic inspired by high-performance architecture.
The print and motion assets form the entire range of brand visuals for an algorithmic trading company. The forms and their behaviour illustrate the processes that inform their decision-making: macro-economic indicators, exponential correlations, social and political factors.
A series of WebGL particle demos created by Edan Kwan, a creative technologist specialising in real-time animation. Originally from Hong Kong, he now works as a freelancer in the UK.
Particle Love features all demos that were part of Edan's WebGL learning process, which enabled him to understand the limitations with shaders. The demos include some interesting graphics techniques he always wanted to try out like SDF particle physics with Leap Motion, real-time 3D meta-ball rendering, multi-directional motion blur, etc.
Leo's work is focused on stripping systems down to their essence to better understand the underlying structures and rules that govern how they work. He is interested in the lowest common denominators such as pixels or the zeros and ones in binary code.
Undoubtably one of my favourite agencies who continue to produce inspiring work. Matt Pyke runs a digital art and design collective, inventing new forms of design and moving image for the screens of the future.
This project "A Living Portrait" are digital brushstrokes that rove around the canvas within the confines of a human form, causing occasional glimpses of a face to emerge.
Four imagined topographies created using improvisational marks as a visual tapestry.
Sougwen Chung (愫君) is a Chinese-raised, Canadian-born, New York based artist. Her organic, maximalist work is determined by intuitive and algorithmic processes and spans installation, sculpture, still image, drawing, and performance.