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This week on Fairytale Fashion, we play with different conductive materials to create closed circuits using Drawdio. We add fabric to the equation and start thinking about creating open and closed circuits using the human body, and embroidered conductive thread. Answer the design question on FairytaleFashion.org

 

We are starting to work with electronics. What better way to explore the possibilities of what can be made with electronics than a trip to the MIT Media Lab. We got to visit the Karen Brennan at the Lifelong Kindergarten Group and Leah Buechley of High-Low Tech Group. That had some really neat projects like interactive wallpaper that controls electronics.

 

Our latest Fairytale Fashion video is up on inflatables.

 

Here we are making designs from viewer feedback.

 
  • I just wanted to say hello. My name’s Andy, I’m an artist living in Chelsea, and I have a couple brownstones on the West Side near 21 & W. 10th. It’s really nice, and we’re doing some great work. I have some friends coming by, like my good friend Bibbe, a performance group called Second Front, my blogger friend Bettina, and a lot of really interesting people.

Hi! I'm Andy.

I just think everybody’s interesting. The whole world is interesting. You’re interesting – really great. Let’s have some fun, and make some art together!

Hopefully we’ll have a lot of fun parties, and meet some great people! Hope you come along!

 

EyebeamOpenStudio
Please join us and to help design magical fashion fit for a fairytale at the Fairytale Fashion Design Lab at Eyebeam Open Studios. There will be hands on circuits, accelerometers, and deployable structures to experiment with and tools to draw and design. We will use technology to turn make-believe into reality.

 

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OpenHackNYC gave me an excuse to start playing with the Yahoo Query Language. With YQL, you build a binding to datasource, an XML table or other web service, and use an “expressive SQL-like language” to manipulate the  data. Instant database functionality with minimal overhead.

 
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Don’t be intimidated, this essay by Michel Foucault is an easy read and highly relevant to the theme of Re-conceptualizing Space.

Today begins my stint as Eyebeam’s guest reblogger for a two week cycle. You will see a breif study of common points along a number of disciplines including art interventions, astrophysics and virtual worlds, among others. I will examine how “space” itself has changed in the last 10 years.

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Don’t be intimidated, this essay by Michel Foucault is an easy read and highly relevant to the theme of Re-conceptualizing Space.

Today begins my stint as Eyebeam’s guest reblogger for a two week cycle. You will see a breif study of common points along a number of disciplines including art interventions, astrophysics and virtual worlds, among others. I will examine how “space” itself has changed in the last 10 years.

Foucault5

 
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