Todo lo que toco se convierte en piedra.
The whistle of my life
Todo lo que toco se convierte en piedra.
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prostheticknowledge:

Lunar Surface
Interesting project from Kimchi and Chips blends the analogue with the digital - live depth rendering and projection onto a swaying sheet to produce a ghostly form captured with long exposure photography:

A vertical flag of fabric is stroked by the wind, displaced by curves of air pressure, swinging back and forth. As it sweeps, it extrudes a trail of light which draws a moon floating in space. The flag renders this moon from another reality, the silk surface acts as a boundary between 2 realities, intermediating the laws of the 2 realms.
Inspired by the 2 moons of Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 and the flags of space travel, the artists present a portal into another existence where another moon orbits. This other place is made material by the fabric of the flag.
Long exposure photography trades the dimension of time for a dimension of space, extruding the moon into existence on a set of photographic prints, the technology capturing a painting, enacted by the details of the wind.
Lunar Surface begins a new line of enquiry for drawing into the air for studio Kimchi and Chips, forming artistic collaborations between technology and nature. The fabric is tracked by a 3D camera whilst a projector replays a response onto it according to its evolving shape.

Below is a very short video demonstrating how the form is rendered in realtime:

More at Kimchi and Chips here
prostheticknowledge:

Lunar Surface
Interesting project from Kimchi and Chips blends the analogue with the digital - live depth rendering and projection onto a swaying sheet to produce a ghostly form captured with long exposure photography:

A vertical flag of fabric is stroked by the wind, displaced by curves of air pressure, swinging back and forth. As it sweeps, it extrudes a trail of light which draws a moon floating in space. The flag renders this moon from another reality, the silk surface acts as a boundary between 2 realities, intermediating the laws of the 2 realms.
Inspired by the 2 moons of Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 and the flags of space travel, the artists present a portal into another existence where another moon orbits. This other place is made material by the fabric of the flag.
Long exposure photography trades the dimension of time for a dimension of space, extruding the moon into existence on a set of photographic prints, the technology capturing a painting, enacted by the details of the wind.
Lunar Surface begins a new line of enquiry for drawing into the air for studio Kimchi and Chips, forming artistic collaborations between technology and nature. The fabric is tracked by a 3D camera whilst a projector replays a response onto it according to its evolving shape.

Below is a very short video demonstrating how the form is rendered in realtime:

More at Kimchi and Chips here
prostheticknowledge:

Lunar Surface
Interesting project from Kimchi and Chips blends the analogue with the digital - live depth rendering and projection onto a swaying sheet to produce a ghostly form captured with long exposure photography:

A vertical flag of fabric is stroked by the wind, displaced by curves of air pressure, swinging back and forth. As it sweeps, it extrudes a trail of light which draws a moon floating in space. The flag renders this moon from another reality, the silk surface acts as a boundary between 2 realities, intermediating the laws of the 2 realms.
Inspired by the 2 moons of Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 and the flags of space travel, the artists present a portal into another existence where another moon orbits. This other place is made material by the fabric of the flag.
Long exposure photography trades the dimension of time for a dimension of space, extruding the moon into existence on a set of photographic prints, the technology capturing a painting, enacted by the details of the wind.
Lunar Surface begins a new line of enquiry for drawing into the air for studio Kimchi and Chips, forming artistic collaborations between technology and nature. The fabric is tracked by a 3D camera whilst a projector replays a response onto it according to its evolving shape.

Below is a very short video demonstrating how the form is rendered in realtime:

More at Kimchi and Chips here
prostheticknowledge:

Lunar Surface
Interesting project from Kimchi and Chips blends the analogue with the digital - live depth rendering and projection onto a swaying sheet to produce a ghostly form captured with long exposure photography:

A vertical flag of fabric is stroked by the wind, displaced by curves of air pressure, swinging back and forth. As it sweeps, it extrudes a trail of light which draws a moon floating in space. The flag renders this moon from another reality, the silk surface acts as a boundary between 2 realities, intermediating the laws of the 2 realms.
Inspired by the 2 moons of Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 and the flags of space travel, the artists present a portal into another existence where another moon orbits. This other place is made material by the fabric of the flag.
Long exposure photography trades the dimension of time for a dimension of space, extruding the moon into existence on a set of photographic prints, the technology capturing a painting, enacted by the details of the wind.
Lunar Surface begins a new line of enquiry for drawing into the air for studio Kimchi and Chips, forming artistic collaborations between technology and nature. The fabric is tracked by a 3D camera whilst a projector replays a response onto it according to its evolving shape.

Below is a very short video demonstrating how the form is rendered in realtime:

More at Kimchi and Chips here
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vaxed:

stress less because it’s not worth it
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myampgoesto11:

Alan John Herbert: The Body 
hand drawn photogram on top of a medium format photo.
Mamiya medium format with ilford HP5 plus film
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myampgoesto11:

Alan John Herbert: The Body 
hand drawn photogram on top of a medium format photo.
Mamiya medium format with ilford HP5 plus film
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Alan John Herbert: The Body 
hand drawn photogram on top of a medium format photo.
Mamiya medium format with ilford HP5 plus film
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
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drungk:

spiritual-realm:

the female body is a work of art

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nevver:

Montreal
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turecepcja:

Vesna Bursich born in Turin, Italy 1974 uses oil on canvas to create highly detailed photorealistic paintings. She combines two traditionalist techniques by abstracting realist paintings in the form of human portraits. They are crumpled and placed in a scenery seen fit to the artist, the abstraction supplying the dark undertones that make these pieces so unique. 
The portraits themselves seem ordinarily beautiful in nature, however the way they are strategically placed in different environments seems to be the key to this body work.
turecepcja:

Vesna Bursich born in Turin, Italy 1974 uses oil on canvas to create highly detailed photorealistic paintings. She combines two traditionalist techniques by abstracting realist paintings in the form of human portraits. They are crumpled and placed in a scenery seen fit to the artist, the abstraction supplying the dark undertones that make these pieces so unique. 
The portraits themselves seem ordinarily beautiful in nature, however the way they are strategically placed in different environments seems to be the key to this body work.
turecepcja:

Vesna Bursich born in Turin, Italy 1974 uses oil on canvas to create highly detailed photorealistic paintings. She combines two traditionalist techniques by abstracting realist paintings in the form of human portraits. They are crumpled and placed in a scenery seen fit to the artist, the abstraction supplying the dark undertones that make these pieces so unique. 
The portraits themselves seem ordinarily beautiful in nature, however the way they are strategically placed in different environments seems to be the key to this body work.
turecepcja:

Vesna Bursich born in Turin, Italy 1974 uses oil on canvas to create highly detailed photorealistic paintings. She combines two traditionalist techniques by abstracting realist paintings in the form of human portraits. They are crumpled and placed in a scenery seen fit to the artist, the abstraction supplying the dark undertones that make these pieces so unique. 
The portraits themselves seem ordinarily beautiful in nature, however the way they are strategically placed in different environments seems to be the key to this body work.
turecepcja:

Vesna Bursich born in Turin, Italy 1974 uses oil on canvas to create highly detailed photorealistic paintings. She combines two traditionalist techniques by abstracting realist paintings in the form of human portraits. They are crumpled and placed in a scenery seen fit to the artist, the abstraction supplying the dark undertones that make these pieces so unique. 
The portraits themselves seem ordinarily beautiful in nature, however the way they are strategically placed in different environments seems to be the key to this body work.
turecepcja:

Vesna Bursich born in Turin, Italy 1974 uses oil on canvas to create highly detailed photorealistic paintings. She combines two traditionalist techniques by abstracting realist paintings in the form of human portraits. They are crumpled and placed in a scenery seen fit to the artist, the abstraction supplying the dark undertones that make these pieces so unique. 
The portraits themselves seem ordinarily beautiful in nature, however the way they are strategically placed in different environments seems to be the key to this body work.
turecepcja:

Vesna Bursich born in Turin, Italy 1974 uses oil on canvas to create highly detailed photorealistic paintings. She combines two traditionalist techniques by abstracting realist paintings in the form of human portraits. They are crumpled and placed in a scenery seen fit to the artist, the abstraction supplying the dark undertones that make these pieces so unique. 
The portraits themselves seem ordinarily beautiful in nature, however the way they are strategically placed in different environments seems to be the key to this body work.
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fastcompany:

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