Dominic Wilcox his latest project is “Do Not Touch Chair”, it’s his version of a ‘buzz wire’ game. He made a sculpture of a chair by hand bending a single length of wire. The user must navigate around the wire using a metal hoop without touching the wire. If the wire is touched then they will hear his voice warning “Do not touch”.
RE: is an audiovisual installation by Bram Snijders and Carolien Teunisse. It’s a video projection on a 3D object, I know you’ve probably seen a lot of those lately, but this one is different. Here, the projector projects on itself with the help of a few mirrors.
Ryder Ripps had an hour-long session with his 68-year-old therapist on 11/3/10. He recorded it with his iPhone without his knowledge. They talk about the internet. It’s a document of a time in his life: Internet Therapy.
Tessel is a kinetic installation investigating the perception of sound and space made by David Letellier & Lab[au]. A 4 by 2 meters big mirror is divided into 40 triangles. Twelve of them are fitted with motors and eight triangles are equipped with audio transducers, which transform the surface into a dynamic sonic space.
“Back In” from Laser is probably the first laser cut plexi phono record. A few weeks ago, Niklas Roy and Jari Suominen had the chance to use a laser cutter at timelab’s fablab. So they decided to make a record with 8 track loops.
They used a vector program to draw the actual record. With different line colours they could modulate the laser’s intensity. They also experimented with different depths of the groove within one loop like in track 6. Track 2 is something like a random noise experiment where the needle jumps in a different way over the grooves, each time the track is played. So every track has a different idea.
In the video, Jari explains the whole project and at the end you can listen to all 8 tracks.