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Kraftwerk – Nam June Paik

With Director Rebecca Allen and team created visual material for the German group Kraftwerk including the album Electric Cafe and award-winning music video, Musique Non Stop. State-of-the-art facial animation software was developed to bring the virtual...
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Lucid Self

Installation using hand gestures to move from  4 modes: earth -- universe, nature -- machine - as a portrait, figure and scene depicting mind Body, Spirit. Who are we in this new mediated age....
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Bringing Out the Ghosts

This 3 video projection installation takes as its starting point perhaps one of the most clichéd forms of the digital age -- the social media selfie. Using generative algorithms that iteratively expose their ghost-like ambience, this work pulls away the veil of personality...
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The Real, the Virtual and the We

The Real, the Virtual and The We (re-activating Lygia Clark’s The I and the you: Clothing/Body/Clothing, 1967) is an interactive performance and two channel video installation that explores questions of human connection in a world mediated...
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Kraftwerk Stage Visuals

World Tour Stage Visuals Paying homage to the original art work done in 1988, Kraftwerk used our created imagery for their stage design both in the projected visuals and in a 'life imitates art' and...
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Darwin’s Gaze

A conceptual piece that evolves a related family of abstract portrait painters. Portraits are created by Darwinian evolution using the AI programming technique called Genetic Programming. Using the painting of Darwin by John Collier...