Wander Through 30 Rainbows of Light at This Festival
The annual light art festival covers London’s financial hub with innovative light art.
It Took Thousands of Hours to Create These Twisted Wire Sculptures
Each of Claude-Olivier Guay's transforming creations can take up to 1,000 hours of labor.
Dark Sci-fi Lies Behind The Cartoon Exterior of This Interactive Film
Director Evan Boehm's browser-based adaptation of Jeff Noon's 'Solace' contrasts playful interactivity with a sinister tale of addiction, soda, and the misuse of genetic technology.
Here's a Petaled Light That Responds to Human Movement
Patten Studio's 'Lift' imbues a lighting feature with organic-looking fluid movements.
[Premiere] 'East Atlanta Santa' Gucci Mane Goes CGI for Christmas
'Black Santa Thrives' this Christmas with FELT Zine’s latest holiday issue.
[Premiere] A Digital Living Space Predicts the Home of the Future
The Creators Project’s weekly release of the internet’s hottest virtual zine.
Are Today's Politicians Reptiles? Well, Politics Are Chameleonic
Varvara & Mar's interactive exhibition compares global politics to reptile skin.
A Cybernetic Dance Performance Explores the Future of Humanity
The “increasingly obsolete” human form gets propelled by technology in Backstage Academy’s interactive dance performance.
Body Painting and Performance Art Collide in 'SCAR CYMBALS'
Donna Huanca slathers naked bodies with paint, latex, and cosmetics to confront our reactions to flesh.
This Tiny Satellite Sculpture Is a Solar-Powered Synthesizer
Media artist ::vtol:: imagines a tiny satellite that measures the part of Earth’s atmosphere altered by humans.
An Interactive Installation Turns Its Spectators into Trash
Dutch artist Thijs Biersteker made an installation that creates your silhouette using real trash.
[Exclusive] Empathy Crosses Generations in an Immersive Installation About Aging
The 'FaceAge' project pairs millennials with senior citizens to foster cross-generational compassion.