This design company made the illusion of ocean waves trapped in architecture

Korean-headquartered d’strict¬†produced this digital architecture via “anamorphic illusion.” As it’s been making the rounds, let’s look at what’s going on – and yeah, move over, projection mapping. The accelerating commoditization of LED walls – and their particular presence in rapidly-expanding Asia – is making a new kind of architecturally expanded reality. This particular illusion is […]

Synthesizing Sound and Image: A Conversation with a Creative Duo from Korea [unrender]

From deep in Seoul’s underground, Maxqueen (Kloe) and Chang Park have forged an intimate audiovisual collaboration, in a rich dance of minimal, generated geometries in live music and image. Spanning Korea, Baltimore, Maryland, and now Berlin, they’ve played some of the biggest tickets in live techno (for Maxqueen) and digital media art (for Chang). We’re […]

Peter Kirn - February 20, 2014

In Black Droplets, the Monochrome LCD Transformed Into Medium

If previous generations worked in paint, now we can work in monochrome LCDs. That’s the message of a beautiful work entitled IRIS, making use of lowly LCD displays to produce a mirror made of dots. The description: IRIS is a unique media canvas with matrix of conventional information display technology – a monochrome LCD. Through […]

Peter Kirn - October 8, 2012

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