Kim Pimmel combined everyday soap bubbles with exotic ferrofluid liquid to create an eerie tale, using macro lenses and time lapse techniques. Black ferrofluid and dye race through bubble structures, drawn through by the invisible forces of capillary action and magnetism. Watch it fullscreen!
American tattoo artist Scott Campbell glued a cannon fuse in the shape of “That’s All Folks” to plywood, with a small pipe-bomb strapped to the back. Then he filmed it with his cell phone duck-taped to a sign post and then pressing record.
Here’s an other receipt printer project by undef: undef printer. This time you can decide what it should print, well actually you will have to write some simple code to do so. I’ve made variation of my TT pattern, which I did for the Pa++ern project 2 years ago. Anyway, you can try it out till October 8th, it is part of the “Tra me e ciò che è in me” exhibition in Grono, Switzerland.
Here’s my “code”, I guess there’s a smarter way to achieve my pattern.
“Interactive Robotic Painting Machine” is an installation by Benjamin Grosser. I guess won’t have to explain to you what it is. The machine uses artificial intelligence to paint its own body of work and to make its own decisions. While doing so, it listens to its environment and considers what it hears as input into the painting process.
Eternity is a collaboration between Alicia Eggert and Mike Fleming. They mounted 30 clocks on a large sheet of white acrylic and aligned the 36 hours and minutes hands is such a way that they spell ETERNITY. Every 12 hours you can read the word. I’ve posted similar projects before, I just really like them.
Make sure to check Alicia’s other project called Wonder.
Domestic Erosion is a video triptych made by Tim Taylor. Unfortunately I couldn’t find the videos online, but the gif at the bottom will give you an idea what they’re about.
UPDATE 15/09/2011: Here’s a video of part 1, thank you @skiller.
ADA is an analog interactive installation made by Karina Smigla-Bobinski. It’s helium filled sphere spiked with charcoal pieces, trapped in a white room. I guess it’s quite clear what happens as soon as someone interacts with the sphere …