Australian artist Ian Burns creates kinetic sculptures made out of lamps, magnifying glasses and household electronics. Press the more bottom for a little video of the sculpture.
The skateboarder’s movement by Rémi Brun strikes you as you enter into the foyer of the Gaîté Lyrique Museum in Paris. New media artist Rémi Brun has been working for over 15 years as an movement engineer (as others are sound engineers), specialising in motion capture for 3D images & special effects for the cinema as well as scientific research. From being able to manipulate movement in all its shapes & forms, Rémi has come to see movement like a material of its own, independent from its matter, its shape, sound and colour. His job is to bring life in the form of a body in one way or another through the movements he captures through the process of “Motion Capture.” Through Rémi’s private projects, he is trying on the contrary to find ways to extract movement from the body matter.
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New York-based experimentalist Brian Maffitt aimed his video projector at falling snow during the recent blizzard and noticed some really beautiful results. He then took out his DSLR camera and shot these cool images. The video is quiet interesting, but you might want to switch-off the sound!