Adam Ferriss

Art

GIFs from Outer Space, Coming Soon to a Wall Near You

The perfect decoration for your friends with their heads in the clouds.
Beckett Mufson
12.13.16
Design

UCLA's Design Grad Show Breaks Post-Digital Boundaries

Students search for a smooth transition from a digitally-oriented life into a digitally-driven one.
Benoit Palop
5.16.16
Music

Matthewdavid’s “Unfolding Atlantis” Video is a Deep Sea Dream

Feel the relaxation in Adam Ferriss' music video for a song described by its composer as his own “ambient opus.”
Alyssa Buffenstein
3.25.16
Art

Explore an Extraterrestrial Dimension of New Media Art

Adam Ferriss, Claudia Maté, LaTurbo Avedon, and more offer a glimpse into their digital worlds at new media art biennial The Wrong (again)'s pavilion, 'The Others.'
Beckett Mufson
11.3.15
Art

UCLA Students Explore Memes in the Modern Era

A look at the never-before-seen works at 'rare meme' a group show featuring UCLA Design Media Arts students Adam Ferriss, Jesse R. Fleming, Hsinyu Lin, Peter Lu, Neil Mendoza, and Theo Triantafyllidis.
Benoit Palop
10.26.15
Art

'HOW TO WATER'

A mirage or an oasis? One thing is certain: this exhibition is refreshing.
Benoit Palop
8.17.15
Music

The Virtual Art Gallery Levels-Up at UCLA

Pro tip: Don't forget to feed the digital dogs.
Benoit Palop
6.8.15
Art

We Talked to Lorna Mills About Art Video Mega-Mixtape 'Ways of Something'

The acclaimed update to John Berger's 'Ways of Seeing' series is like a who's who of contemporary artists you need to know now.
Benoit Palop
1.15.15
Art

[Best of 2014] The Year in GIFs

2014 was an animated year for GIFs.
Beckett Mufson
12.30.14
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Turn Your Image Searches into Abstract Art with This Browser App

'Located graphics' from Adam Ferriss transforms image searches into dynamic and unique visuals.
Benoit Palop
12.3.14
Art

How To Make Glitch Selfies With Your Webcam

With "Gush," Los Angeles-based new media artist Adam Ferriss invites you to go Web 2.0+.
Benoit Palop
7.7.14
Art

New Installation Uses Pendulums To Explore Force Fields

LA-based architects and artists Jean-Michel Crettaz and Myles Sciotto create a unique visualization of the invisible forces that surround us.
Benoit Palop
2.10.14
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