Austin-based artist Nicholas Osella used his cut and paste ‘remixing’ style to turn tour photographer Curtis Kariuki’s images into the Lil Yachty Scrapbook.
Electronic musician Sun Glitters presents our common experiences as vectorial abstraction in experimental film It Will Be Forever.
Artist Claudia Maté imagines an uncanny dreamscape featuring a gorilla-faced baby in dungarees for Goss’ song “Soo Bad.”
The wave-like motion of the traditional Chinese dragon dance comes alive with the help of Arduino, algorithms, and robotic arms.
Jesse Woods' new single "Smoke Machine" finds surreal visual form in the hand painted fantasy lands of French artist Jérémy Pailler.
For the song, "western kids," animator and director Najeeb Tarazi 3D scanned the band, then placed them inside the interface of some 3D graphics software for some meta-CG fun.
Lithuanian artists Agnė Gintalaitė and Rimas Valeikis arranged old phones, laptops, electronic toys by color, shape, and form to help raise awareness about the need to recycle.
Architects FreelandBuck will create a temporary 2,500 sq. ft ceiling in the Renwick’s Grand Salon. As visitors move about the space, nine suspended ceilings will appear to move and shift, assisting and contradicting the illusion.
Matt Omori’s dedicated effort uses thousands of pieces and took over a year to make. It even has interchangeable elements to reflect how the various rulers have adapted the room during their reign.
Vhils, a.k.a. Alexandre Farto, debuts new work in Macau.
Robert Seidel used a a video synthesizer to create a swirling, abstract visual equivalent of Esmark’s single "Husby-klit Bk."