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#loveU #hateU (2017)
#loveU #hateU is a New (Social) Media Artwork by Jana Astanov & Rolf van Gelder #loveU #hateU is a live Twitter feed, showing all tweets with the hashtags #loveU or #hateU. It’s roulating the tweets in the grid: a new tweet will be added in the upper left corner, the tweet in the lower right … Continue reading #loveU #hateU (2017) →
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RvGLife (2014)
RvGLife is an Artificial Life (web-/net-) artwork by Rolf van Gelder. The artwork The artwork, so far, only has been exhibited on the Internet (as ‘web-art’ or ‘net-art‘). About RvGLife It’s a web-art piece about life, death, sexuality, competition, desire, reproduction, aging, child birth and more. Every creature is just fading away and life goes … Continue reading RvGLife (2014) →
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T#Walker (2013)
Description A New Media artwork by Rolf van Gelder. T#Walker is a real-time ‘Tweet-Walker’ (or ‘Tweet-Crawler’): it pulls real-time Tweets from Twitter and finds its own way in the vast Twitter world. In fact it’s an arbitrary mirror of the world; showing what people are talking about, right now, at this very moment, linking tweets … Continue reading T#Walker (2013) →
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Exquisite Zone (2011)
A New Media artwork by Carmin Karasic & Rolf van Gelder Description The title, Exquisite Zone, references the 1920-30s surrealist drawing game called ‘Exquisite Corpse’, in which each collaborator adds to a collective composition. Exquisite Zone invites nightly participants to use their smart phones to make digital marks in public space. The idea is simple, … Continue reading Exquisite Zone (2011) →
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SjansMachine (2010-2014)
SjansMachine (‘Chance Machine’) is an interactive installation that works with real-time images and face detection software. SjansMachine reflects the world we live in and the ever-increasing technologies that incorporate daily life. The aim of this installation is to bring people closer together in a playful and fun way.
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Anthropocene (2009)
Anthropocene is a New Media Artwork by Carmin Karasic & Rolf van Gelder Description Anthropocene is the era in which human activities significantly impact the Earth’s climate and ecosystems. This artwork highlights interdependencies between human activities that impact global warming. The artwork Anthropocene depicts the sun in the background, as the central energy source, with population, … Continue reading Anthropocene (2009) →
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human^n (2008-2009)
human^n (‘human to the power of n‘) is an interactive ‘walk-in kaleidoscope’ by Carmin Karasic & Rolf van Gelder Description Kaleidoscopes use mirrors and objects to create mesmerizing reflections. Any arbitrary set of objects shows up as beautiful symmetries. Via video capture, people who view this artwork become objects whose movements transform any image of … Continue reading human^n (2008-2009) →
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Handheld Histories as Hyper-Monuments (2007)
Handheld Histories as Hyper-Monuments (‘HHHM’) is a Locative-Media artwork by Carmin Karasic, Rob Coshow & Rolf van Gelder. This piece is considered to be one of the pioneer Locative-Media artworks. “Turbulence Commission: “Handheld Histories as Hyper-Monuments” by Carmin Karasic, Rolf van Gelder and Rob Coshow, with special thanks to the HP mscapers team, Brett Stalbaum, … Continue reading Handheld Histories as Hyper-Monuments (2007) →
YOU Girl! (2005)
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YOU Girl! (2005)
YOU Girl! is an interactive web-art piece by Carmin Karasic and Rolf van Gelder. CLICK HERE TO SEE ‘YOU Girl!’ LIVE! or go to the official website @ http://www.carminka.net/yougirl/ Sections of the 1960 Wendy Ward Charm School workbook are reconstructed in the YOU Girl! website. YOU Girl! shows how the book’s narrative works to establish … Continue reading YOU Girl! (2005) →
Stateless Half Life (2004)
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Stateless Half Life (2004)
An interactive webart piece by Carmin Karasic & Rolf van Gelder. See the artwork live! (Macromedia Flash needed in your browser) This artwork expresses the core concept: Our decisions have a global impact. The work attempts to increase awareness which would hopefully influence the choices we make. In web art project Stateless Half Life refugee … Continue reading Stateless Half Life (2004) →