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Dusting off some awards for the FAT Garage sale. Team pink and yellow pulled a new media art EGOT in 2010.

(Future Everything, Ars Electronica, Transmediale, Emmy, Japan Media Arts, Tokyo Type Directors Club, Live 2011 Grand Prix)


Posted on May 13, 2011


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The following are projects that came out of the Urban Hacking course I taught at Parsons Paris last semester, and the Urban Hacking master class I taught in with KASK / timelab (Gent, Feb, 20101).

Do Not Enter, by Evan Roth and Urban Hacking Gent, Belgium 2011 workshop participants:

Hacking the escalator, by Tempra-nator

SewerParty, by Sven Hoskens:

Paris Metro All Dolled Up, by Klix

How to get a free ride on the Paris Metro, by Klix:

LOST CAT, by Tempra-nator:

Fill Her Up, by Ninja


Posted on April 26, 2011


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1 Day
20 participants
894 animated gifs
1 music video

I ran the inaugural Animated Gif Mashup workshop last week at NIMk as part of Video Vortex. Big thanks to all of the gif hunters and mashers that spent their Thursday wading their feet in the pools of web 1.0. The above video was created entirely from gifs found and mashed by workshop participants over the course of a single day.

GIF source material available here (1 | 2 | 3). Thanks to Video Vortex for the invitation, NIMk for hosting and Anna for the write up.

A few slides from the resulting presentation:

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Posted on March 14, 2011


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Graffiti Analysis Sculpture
Barcelona, 2010
ABS Thermoplastic
31 x 20 x 35 cm

This Barcelona specific installation of Graffiti Analysis is currently on exhibition as part of Kitsch Digital. The sculpture was created by algorithmically averaging the motion captured data from local graffiti writers and produced on a rapid prototyping 3D printer.

.gml data from the Barcelona Graffiti Analysis sessions can be downloaded here.

More on the Kitsch Digital exhibition coming soon from tbx.

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Posted on February 24, 2011


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