On the blog this week we looked at the evolution of the James Bond title sequence, took a look behind the scenes for Andrew Huang’s new Bjork video, and in LAYERS we broke down Disasterpeace’s Fez-sampled song “Glitch”. We also previewed U-Ram Choe’s latest solo exhibition, checked out Gaybird’s Concerto Of Clouds Installation, spoke with Evan Boehm about The Carp and the Seagull and interactive storytelling, along with chatting to Plaid about doing the soundtrack. We previewed Quayola’s new work, welcomed Tacit Group as Creators, got lost in Sticky Monster Lab’s new iPad app, and found out how Queasy Games turned Beck’s songs into a video game.
And on the internets…
· Sound waves get expressed as colored pigments in Fabian Oefner’s Dancing Colors (above)—as music moves through a speaker it disrupts the colored powder placed atop it, to produce a physical manifestation of the sounds.
· Disney Research have created a juggling robot. It’s only a matter of time before it turns up a Burning Man.