Monthly Archives: April 2010

Future Slide Shows

At some point I decided to resume the production of the slideshows; they were the main currency in Philips, and I used to produce and ‘consume’ a lot of those, and yet very few of them went public, for obvious … Continue reading

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Art Stars

This is my ‘photokinetic’ interpretation of the new artwork by Cornelia Parker (presented by the Meessen De Clercq gallery at the Art Brussels’10); such photographs always pose a question for me – are they really my work? or just a … Continue reading

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Hyper Art Brussels

Art Brussels was an overwhelming event; I’ve been to a few similar fairs before (most recently, at the Art Rotterdam), but this was the largest so far, and also very intense. Not only because of the huge amount of the … Continue reading

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The Futures of Mountaineering

An excellent, witty installation by the Kazakh artist Yerbossin Meldibekov, from Almaty; I’ve bumped into this one almost accidently, being caught by another quite provocative installation, displaying possible futures, this time of Lenin, in the booth of Jozsa Gallery at … Continue reading

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On the routes

I’ve just learned that Alexander ‘SanSanych’ Slusarev, Russian photographer and co-participant of our recent exhibition, died in Moscow, in the age of 66. This is a shocking news, we just met in Moscow, during the opening of our exhibition called … Continue reading

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The Indian Futures

A rather modest attempt to make an infoviz collage based on the UN report on the sanitation conditions in India; the source of the image is unknown (=the web).

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Enter the (random) matrix

New Scientist in its April 10 issue publishes a cover story called Enter the matrix: the deep law that shapes our reality, by Mark Buchanan, that provides a relatively simple introduction in the Random Matrix theory, a somewhat mind-boggling framework … Continue reading

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Playing in Hell

xkcd published yet another genius observation on the contemporary life, an imaginary Hell game (sort of existential Tetris); in a matter of hours the game was actually developed – you are welcome to try it. You can now literally feel … Continue reading

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Games of the everyday

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