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[Recent interview with Joanne McNeil published  on Rhizome]

 
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Eddo Stern, Kinetic Shadow Puppets (after Narnia,Segeal, World of Warcraft and Iraq) Plastic, Paper, Electronics, 2008, Interaccess, Toronto

 

When Artist Meets Programmer: A Talk With Lauren Cornell and Kristin Lucas

 


Interesting review of Steve Goodman’s book on sonic weapons by Geeta Dayal. The book is a very thorough look at history and implications of sonic weapons. Read the review here.

Steve Goodman, Toby Hayes, and I will be working on some projects around this subject over the next year. I’m hoping to spend sometime reverse engineering a LRAD speaker system used in crowd control.

 


Interesting review of Steve Goodman’s book on sonic weapons by Geeta Dayal. The book is a very thorough look at history and implications of sonic weapons. Read the review here.

Steve Goodman, Toby Hayes, and I will be working on some projects around this subject over the next year. I’m hoping to spend sometime reverse engineering a LRAD speaker system used in crowd control.

 
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On May 4, 2007, Evan Roth and Ben Engebreth asked internet users to help isolate Michael Jackson's white glove in all 10,060 frames of his landmark televised performance of "Billy Jean". 72 hours later, 125,000 gloves had been located. The collected data was released for all to download and use as an input into any digital system. Resulting work was submitted online and presented in gallery exhibitions. Supported by Rhizome Commissions Program and the Eyebeam OpenLab. Print loan courtesy of Bobby Houlihan.

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May 2007
 
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