Work In Progress 1(WIP1)

I just thought about how can I show my concept through the artwork. In the point, I was getting huge inspiration from clocks(needles are meet each other and separate) and also lots of automata works. Those cogs are usually made them work and I thought the cogs can be a great tool for mixing different […]

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Interest research(mechanics, light, nature concept)

When I scheme my artwork, firstly I always think about the following three factors- concept, practical work(the way I represent) and theme. Through my last 5 years of art practices, I realised that I’m quite interested in colourful visual appearances especially lighting or projection mapping mixing with diverse colours. When I see the mixing colours […]

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AI Its Aesthetics and influence on the Art world

AI Its Aesthetics and influence on the Art world   “Maybe the only significant difference between a really smart simulation and a human being was the noise they made when you punched them.” ― Terry Pratchett , The Long Earth    Artificial intelligence is already capable of creating a staggering array of content. It can create […]

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Artefacts using human brainwaves

Artefacts using human brainwaves   Yunjeong Jang       0. Introduction Given the remarkable development of technology and research in terms of detecting human’s brain, people have been able to partly analyse and use the brain in various ways. Our brainwave is quite precise and easily react to even small stimulations. For instance, when […]

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Ways of machine seeing

Ways of machine seeing Martin Zeilinger Anglia Ruskin University Looking at Computer-Generated Art as an Act of Human Machine Vision In this project, I propose that we can attain a kind of aesthetic ‘machine vision’ by engaging as fully as possible with all processual details of computer-generated image-making. I attempt this by deconstructing and reverse-engineering […]

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The walkthrough method: An approach to the study of apps

The walkthrough method: An approach to the study of apps    Ben Light  University of Salford, UK Jean Burgess  Queensland University of Technology, Australia Stefanie Duguay  Queensland University of Technology, Australia     – What is the walkthrough method? The walkthrough method establishes a foundational corpus of data upon which can be built a more […]

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Software studies a lexicon

Software studies a lexicon by Matthew Fuller lexicon: the vocabulary of a person, language, or branch of knowledge Software studies is an emerging interdisciplinary research field, which studies software systems and their social and cultural effects. There are two reasons why the name of the book entitled to ‘Software studies’. Firstly, this book has a […]

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The Nonhuman Turn

The Nonhuman Turn by Richard Grusin (University of Minnesota Press, 2015) This book contains the range of current cultural and philosophical thought. And, the encounter between object-oriented ontology and the other methods in terms of the nonhuman. The most impressive thing in the book is being a host in a dinner party and the nonhuman turn […]

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