Have you heard about Virtual Sculpture? It’s exactly what this work is about!

As the artist Kim Asendorf explains:  “Can’t see 3D is an automated virtual sculptor. Once an hour it grabs an URL from the database and uses the images from that page as source material for the sculptural process. Each sculpture exists just for a very short moment, and just in a virtual space…. This service is highly limited to 1 URL per hour. It will start on Monday, October 17th and will be totally disabled after 30 days.”

How cool! Check out all the outcomes here.

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Satellite Collections by jenny odell


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Prints by digital artist Andy Gilmore that can also be seen in a previous post here.
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Process of Elimination by Chad Wys

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Content is Queen: a generative video painting by Sergio Albiac

This video art reflects on the foundations of democracy against the resilient nature of structures of power. There is double sense here since he talks about the Queen avoiding the conventional painting technique by using an innovative method.

In this project, he paints through fragments of videos at different sizes on a digital canvas.

Via sergioalbiac.com

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Cool and beautiful digital art, mixing classic movies and their pallet of colors.

Gone with the Wind (1939)

Bambi (1942)

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

Scarface (1983)

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

You can buy them here

Via moviebarcode.tumblr.com

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