Making a light sculpture a musical instrument, played with Animoog on iPad

Light organs have been in use for generations. But this is the first generation that has grown up in a world of image and sound in which expression across electronic media might seem simply second nature. And oddly, as screens have become more ubiquitous, so, too, has thinking beyond them. What we see here, then, […]

City of Light: A Sparkly, Geometric Wonderland at Barneys, by Joanie Lemercier, All-Star Team

No wooden gingerbread houses and fake snow here. Visualist Joanie Lemercier teamed up with a dream team of artists to transform New York’s Barneys into a shining future fantasy. In Light Fragments, the city that never sleeps hosted the electronic artist from the City of Light, along with some very fine friends. The audiovisual installation […]

Peter Kirn - January 6, 2014

Experimental Light Sculpture, Against a Fragmented Wall [Video, Inspiration]

Experimental Light Sculpture from Karim Mansour on Vimeo. There’s something about seeing new work from students. It’s one thing to see something fully emerged, but another, unique pleasure, to watch it as it develops. And so, here’s a particularly good example from the first semester of 2012, a team of visual students from Germany experimenting […]

Peter Kirn - September 19, 2012

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