Decode: Digital Design Sensations

Posted 18 Feb 2010

Code and raw data wouldn't normally appeal to traditional exhibition goers but this is Digital Art at its most breathtaking.

The raw material whether from social media, a day's worth of flight routes or human movement and sound is programmed using a mixture of Processing and other open source technologies which are constantly evolving through interaction.

Featuring Weave Mirror by Daniel Rozin, Joshua Davis' Hype Framework and Karsten Schmidt who created Social Collider - rewritten in Java to interact with Nintendo Wii remotes, visualising connections between Twitter data steams and there propagation.

The works attempt to disillusion the overwhelming amount of information that exists in Digital by showcasing data through abstract art, visualisations and interactivity.

Highly recommended, open until 11 April, 2010

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