Xing Xu-Looking Outwards-2

by xing @ 1:05 am 31 January 2012

bit.code by von Julius Popp

The good thing about it is that I love the way that the abstract data is displayed in physical blocks and are continuously moving. And those patterns are not pretty readable. The artist said “Yes, this is one aspect, the other is that we as humans are only capable of reading and interpreting the letters of the alphabet, but in reality the code of the chains is like a barcode. For a machine, every part of this barcode is readable, for us it is just noise or random patterns. We can only deal with information that we have been taught or trained to read.” However, if the artwork has a pattern that the observer could recognize it will be better.

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»Enerugii Wa Antee Shite Inai (Unstable Energy)«  by Karsten Schmidt 2006

Advanced Beauty is an ongoing exploration of digital artworks born and influenced by sound, an ever-growing collaboration between programmers, artists, musicians, animators and architects.
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The first collection is a series of audio-reactive ‘video sound sculptures’.
Inspired by synasthesia, the rare sensory experience of seeing sound or tasting colours,
these videos are physical manifestations of sound, sculpted by volume, pitch or structure of the soundtrack.

I like the idea of different types of artists working together for a single project. And  the experience is deep in different perspectives. And the work explores space, sound, shape, color and animations in a very inseparable way. I could not tell how to improve it maybe in the future as the technology became better, the visual and sound will be even better.

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