Syver Lauritzsen and Eirik Haugen Murvold, Monolitt, 2014
MONOLITT is an interactive installation that quite literally paints the mood of the city, using social media feeds as an input. The installation takes electronic signals and lets them manifest themselves in the physical world. Using sentiment analytics, the installation links tweets to corresponding colored paints in realtime, feeding them out through the top of the sculpture, letting them flow into a procedurally generated three-dimensional painting.
Rumpfy Dot Com!
So much magic comes from this place. I hope he never stops posting! Check out the Tumblr, but be sure to put a drool cover over your laptop & other electronic devices first!
Between December of 1989 and January of 1990 the Braunstein-Quay Gallery in San Francisco hosted a show called The Art of the Mountain Bike. A number of Northern California mountain bike frame builders were asked to put together their most artistic versions of their work, which were displayed at the gallery.
This is the Otis Guy from that exhibit…rescued from 15 years of obscurity, boxed away in a hoarders collection, it’s restoration finally complete.