Posts tagged virtual
327_Matteo Gawlak and Micol Zucchini: u_Tube

Submission #327 | Matteo Gawlak and Micol Zucchini: u_Tube — “Buynet city, 2030. Never before man has been so explicitly recognized as the true protagonist and placed with determination at the center of the purchase, linked only on shopping online. Subject and object at the same time of a philosophical and almost metaphysical research about his place and his role in the buying network.”

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318_Behruz Hairullaev, Brandon Muir and Nicholas LiCausi: Holographic Reality

Submission #318 | Behruz Hairullaev, Brandon Muir and Nicholas LiCausi: Holographic Reality — “For decades, films and media outlets have portrayed holograms as the technology synonymous with the future. Through advancements, scientists and designers alike have been able to create scattering lights that create forms, but only at a small scale. As of now, we have three-dimensional viewings through two-dimensional screens.”

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261_Leetee Wang and Marianne Sanche: Church of AI

Submission #261 | Leetee Wang and Marianne Sanche: Church of AI — “A contemplation of reciprocity between automation and human intervention. This architectural series was formed, at first, by 2D imagery generated via online AI tools, then designed as 360 interior spaces. It explores hybridization of automated and subjective input to produce a cybernetic reality in which constructed space is transient – in a constant state of building and unbuilding.”

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148_Drew Heller: Power Wall

Submission #148 | Drew Heller: Power Wall — "Artwork is no longer to be consumed within a ‘monumental’ time frame, open for a universal public; rather, it elapses with factual time, for an audience ‘summoned’ by the artist” - Nicolas Bourriaud, Relational Aesthetics. The monument has been reborn in contingent form. The historical event no longer exists within universal memory, rather memory is recycled, distorted and produced through transient presents. Public, once a solid, is now liquid and relational. Considering collective identity as relational attaches its production to the friction of bodies."

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106_Christiana Pitsillidou and Biljana Kašule Nikolić: Hyphen City

Submission #106 | Christiana Pitsillidou and Biljana Kašule Nikolić: Hyphen City — Those are the very initial ideas of the eight films under study, which further explore its site less qualities depending on their level of fiction, speed and psychogeography. Given that the river’s visual history is extraordinarily experienced at certain speeds and environments; the space of the Los Angeles River has been plot-mapped and observed through hyphen speculations varied from real to fictional scenarios of fragments.

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44_Bryan Rayo Balandra: School of Expressive Arts in San Martin de Porres

Bryan Rayo Balandra: School of Expressive Arts in San Martin de Porres — The project is based on volumes placed on a stepped platform that gives a virtual edge to the street. The main volume is an academic block that is a fragmented cloister creating spaces of interaction between students.

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