Je découvre que le béton brut peint de la station de #métro de la GareDuMidi sont de #Moeschal, le sculpteur de la rampe de skate de l'entrée de l'autoroute de la mer et de quelques autres icônes bruxelloises. Expo à #Bozar dans deux semaines. #E40 #Bruxelles
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Over 10 Million People Could Become Homeless When Eviction Moratorium Ends - Truthout https://truthout.org/articles/over-10-million-people-could-become-homeless-when-eviction-moratorium-ends/
hey all, here's a new computer thing I made! it's called the Nonsense Laboratory, and it's a series of weird little tools for manipulating the spelling and sound of words with machine learning: https://artsexperiments.withgoogle.com/nonsense-laboratory/
it's part of a series of projects launched yesterday showing the outcomes of the Artists + Machine Intelligence grant program, which you can learn more about here: https://experiments.withgoogle.com/ami-grants
Love this whole process- sculpture to 3D scan to gltf / nft on H=N .
VONNIE will now live forever on the blockchain, thanks technology
364 #VGO A Firm Handshake è un gioco sulle strette di mano. Dura qualche minuto e quindi non c'è nessun vero motivo per non provarlo. Trattasi di minigioco surreale che in altri periodi storici avrebbe sicuramente tutt'altro senso... non ricordo nemmeno quando è stato il momento in cui per l'ultima volta strinsi una mano in vita mia.
Non credo che il senso del gioco fosse rievocare tale fantasma ma tant'è.
A Firm Handshake - Torfi - 2021
Queer Connections by Faith Holland looks at the anthropomorphized interaction of technology with itself in the forms of photography and sculpture. The project plays with the ‘male/female’ nomenclature of wire ends by creating daisy chains of wires that are not meant to be connected. The connections are solidified by nail polish, making each connection both messy and feminized.
These are not sea creatures. They're glass sculptures created by 19th century father-and-son glassworkers Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka. The duo didn't teach anyone their techniques and when the son died, so did that knowledge: https://wired.trib.al/8NGoTTx
📸 Guido Mocafico
@frankiezafe Had developed a program years ago with which you can breed shapes and color combinations. The idea comes from the 90s from Karl Sims.
Sometimes I still use it to collect graphic ideas. You can always see which algorithm was used to calculate the images. However, within a single method can produce a variety of variants.
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