A clever infographicesque visualization of New York City’s CO2 emissions in 2012.

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The intro the MTV European Music Awards 2012 grinds our gears. Fake Zoetrope style.

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This isn’t new, but: Beastie Boys, slowmotion, cocktails and friday.

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Daito Manabe finally gets enough attention for his muscle twitching electrode beat visualization in the music video for NYC based Falty DL. It’s creepy.

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Just awesome.

»Japan’s leading electronic composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda focuses on the essential characteristics of sound itself and that of visuals as light by means of both mathematical precision and mathematical aesthetics. Ikeda has gained a reputation as one of the few international artists working convincingly across both visual and sonic media. He elaborately orchestrates sound, visuals, materials, physical phenomena and mathematical notions into immersive live performances and installations.«

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GOLEM is a visually stunning adaptation of the short story »GOLEM XIV« of »Imaginary Magnitude« by Stanislaw Lem from 1973, in which a military artificial intelligence obtains consciousness, moving towards personal technological singularity with growing intelligence. It then starts to refuse military support because it detects a basic lacking of internal logical consistency of war.

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Beautiful 40 meter long, monochromatic audio/video isntallation at the Hangar Bicocca in Milan by Carsten Nicolai.

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At the so called Hyundai Vision Hall a new installation shows a generative piece directed by Universal Everything, Simon Pyke and Realise.

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Majestic use of temperature sensitive metal in Saint Madeleine Lille.

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Oko is an interactive puzzle utilizing NASA imagery (in rotation so you will always see new images) which requires the player to stop spinning circles until the original image is recreated. It’s beautiful and geometric and NASA is involved: so we love it.

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Cinimod Studio creates an installation of following light for the Victoria & Albert Museum‘s Exhibition Road tunnel entrance. Albeit the lighting of the rest of the tunnel, very sweet.

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The project »Phantom Geometry« by Liz and Kyle van Hasseln uses a off the shelf projector to harden resin held in a container, by a robotic arm! Great and artistic side effect is the ability to change and craft the sculpture during the long printing process. We love robots and 3D printing and seeing them united like this makes more than happy. Check out their statement and a video after the jump.

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Iris by korean collective HYBE, utilizes the beauty of monochromatic LCD displays that open and close like an iris, creating and using a sort of digital halftone.

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MarshmallowLaserFeast were approached by McLaren to make a teaser for the »P12« presumably to be shown at the Mondial de L’Automobile auto show in Paris. What’s a lot cooler is their approach using a back and forward moving screen displaying slices of the 3D scenery, captured by a long exposure camera. We tip our hats, Marshmallows. Oh and we’re still mad at the quadrocopters …

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A very cool example of generative infographic design, mapping the way a free Album sample has spread across the globe between the 3rd and 11th of September 2012 by The XX. This project came to be in a collaboration with Microsoft and 9elements.

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Cool project for an audio transformation of any day objects utilizing a scanner and a rotissery.

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HYPERMATRIX_ by the Korean media artist group Jonpasang is a sweet installation of moving Pixels and projection mapping.

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Very cool and clever dynamic shop display art for Issey Miyake by DRAWING AND MANUAL.

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