Everywhere we go, we leave a trail of personal information – in the stray hairs that land on park benches, or saliva on the edges of coffee cups. And artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg may be collecting that information, whether you like it or not.
Emma LeBlanc has spent much of the past five years in Syria, documenting life there with a camera. LeBlanc has assembled an exhibit of photographs taken at a ballet school in a Damascus, as a way to show daily life routines during times of conflict.
Probably the most famous African-American visual artist of the 20th century, Romare Bearden was best known for a singular approach to collage art that incorporated scraps of wallpaper, glossy magazines, and fabric into a kind of patchwork cubism.
Ever heard of an architectural style being knocked off? Well Zaha Hadid has. The Iraqi-British architect unveiled her designs for the Wangjing Soho complex in Beijing in 2011, but a building that looks a lot like Hadid's is also going up in Chongqing.
EEG is almost a century old, and it's creeping out of the research lab. Headsets embedded with electrodes to read electrical activity in the brain are commercially available, and designers are using that information for all sorts of purposes.
Last month, we gave you a challenge: photographers Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor provided ten images for you to remix into an original composition. We received more than 600 entries, ranging from the poetic to the eerie, to the just plain far-out.
Students in a 3D Animation and Digital Design course at Canada's National Animation and Design Center were told that if their final project was able to get 100K views on YouTube, they would all earn A+'s. Eighteen million hits later, that A is a safe bet.
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