Water Light Graffiti: Painting with Water, Transformed into Light, and Urban Communication

Installation Water Light Graffiti // par Antonin Fourneau // du 06/06 au 30/06 à Stereolux Nantes from stereolux on Vimeo. Perhaps digitality is necessarily about the ephemeral. That could explain the fascination with making “graffiti” using light and digital paint, participatory but impermanent. The latest twist on the meme comes to us from Nantes, France. Here, adding to the spirit of the temporary, the “brush” uses water to light LEDs. The “Water Light Graffiti” is a surface made of thousands of LED illuminated by the contact of water. You can use a paintbrush, a water atomizer, your fingers or anything …

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In Films on French Pd Event, a Reminder: You Can Always Make Your Own Tools for Music

Pure [creative] Data / Stereolux Nantes (29-30 mars 2012) from stereolux on Vimeo. A personal note from this editor: I like to start my weekend with a bit of inspiration, so it seems good habit to leave you with the same. Looking through my story inbox, I almost posted a studio video of an artist who will at this moment go unnamed. (He or she may make an appearance when the time is right.) But, while I adore gear and a healthy tingle of gear lust now and then, something today felt wrong. Yes, of course, this artist has a …

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