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The Illusion of Sex Change

In Collage on January 21, 2010 at 4:36 am

In the Illusion of Sex Change, by Richard Russell of Harvard University, two faces are perceived as male and female. However, rest assured that the both faces are actually versions of the same androgynous face (neither male, nor female). One face was created by increasing the contrast of the androgynous face, while the other face was created by decreasing the contrast. The face with more contrast is perceived as female, while the face with less contrast is perceived as male. The Illusion of Sex Change demonstrates that contrast is an important cue for perceiving the sex of a face, with greater contrast appearing feminine, and lesser contrast appearing masculine. This optical illusion won the prize in 2009 optical illusion contest as well.

via The Illusion of Sex Change | Mighty Optical Illusions.

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Janek Gwizdala Project

In Collage on January 19, 2010 at 3:38 pm

Live at Zigfrid Von Underbelly for the London Jazz Festival

This a good friend doing what he does best. Yes Mr. Rockberger, as always, nicely done. And thanks to Hibla.com for sharing this. Nicely done in every way.

Janek Gwizdala Project:
Janek Gwizdala (bass)
Oli Rockberger (keys, vocals)
Audun Waage (trumpet)
Jojo Mayer (drums)

Wide Open In Brooklyn

In Collage on January 17, 2010 at 1:15 am

BWAC Juried Art Show

Call to Artists for Submissions

Deadline for submissions: January 11, 2010 (Late entry deadline: January 25, 2010)
Gallery show dates: March 13th-28th, 2010 Weekends 1-6 PM
Opening Reception: Saturday March 13th, 2010 1-6 PM

Jurors:

Anne Strauss – Associate Curator, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC
Nicholas Baume – Director & Chief Curator, Public Art Fund, NYC
Mark Hughes – Director, Galleria Lelong, Chelsea, NYC
Bill Murphy – Associate Professor & Gallery Director, Printmaker & Painter, Wagner College, NYC

About BWAC:

The Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition is a non-profit volunteer organization with over 1100 local artist-members. With over 25,000 square feet of Gallery space, housed in the exceptionally beautiful Civil War warehouses on the edge of New York Harbor in Red Hook Brooklyn, BWAC has consistently provided a vibrant avenue for the promotion and appreciation of contemporary art for 31 years. Through the addition of a nationally recognized Juried competition to our regularly scheduled exhibitions, BWAC is bringing an increased awareness and appreciation of diverse perspectives in art to the Greater New York community.

Contact and Questions:

Please direct all questions to info@WideOpenArtShow.org

Siggraph Submission Complete!

In Collage on January 15, 2010 at 9:39 pm

Now it’s time to tweak and revise and iterate that poster until the deadline.
Any advice, critiques and suggestions will be appreciated.

Jancko: Arturo's Transmutation

In Collage, Wow on January 14, 2010 at 8:33 pm

Now this is how you iterate 🙂

Venezuelan artist Juan Salas is currently using the logo on left over packaging from local fried chicken chain Arturo’s. He has 100 posted on his blog, but he plans on making 1000.

via: Lost At E Minor

Los Angeles Center For Digital Art 2010 International Competition

In Collage on January 13, 2010 at 8:16 pm


Oh so little time to get in done ~ get it done!  Update =  DONE 🙂

INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ENTRIES

Los Angeles, California

Deadline: January 19, 2010

Exhibit Dates:

February 11-March 6, 2010

Title:

LACDA 2010 International Juried Competition

Sponsor/Venue:

Los Angeles Center For Digital Art

Awards:

The selected winner receives 10 prints up to 44×60 inches on canvas or museum quality paper (approximately a $1500-$2000 value) to be shown in a solo exhibition, February 11-March 6, 2010. Five second place winners will receive one print of their work up to 24×36 inches ($150-$200 in value) to be included in upcoming group shows.

Jurors:

Edward Robinson, L.A. County Museum of Art (LACMA); Max Presneill, Torrance Art Museum; Rex Bruce, L.A. Center for Digital Art

Eligibility:

Digital art and photography. Entrants submit three JPEG files of original work. All styles of artwork and photography where digital processes of any kind were integral to the creation of the images are acceptable. The competition is international, open to all geographical locations.

E-mail:

LACDA

Website:

http://lacda.com

Prospectus:

http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=195164

CG and Clay: 3D Print Variables

In Collage on January 13, 2010 at 6:14 pm

I’ve decided to find out how to scan and print this sculpture in a smaller size to prototype different heads and appendages, basically creating 3D Addition Variables.

The DT Department at Parsons has a new larger 3D scanner. Sven, our Dean, wants to scan all the graduate students heads. (a new kind of year book 🙂 And I know we also have a few 3D printers that use a variety of materials and methods.

I think about 70% of the original size would be as small as I would want to go, so I maintain enough material to incorporate finer details in the heads and appendages proportionally. Those would be different for each “print”.  I’m thinking I’d like to make an edition of about 15/20.  I wonder what it’s going to cost?

Creative Blok? No Problem!

In Collage on January 12, 2010 at 8:05 pm

Just draw something I already know!

That way I don’t have to be too creative.  🙂
I decided to illustrate a song suggested by my partner in crime, Chris.
The song’s called “Armchair” by Andrew Bird from the album Armchair Apocrypha

Here are the lyrics, so you’ll have an idea of what to expect in the drawing … maybe.

I dreamed you were a cosmonaut of the space between our chairs
And I was a cartographer of the tangles in your hair
I sang the song that silence sings
It’s the one that everybody knows,
everybody knows the song that silence sings
And this is how it goes

These looms that weave apocrypha,they’re hanging from a strand
The dark and empty rooms were full of incandescent hands

The awkward pause
The fatal flaw
Time, it’s a crooked bow
Time is a crooked bow

In time you need to learn, to love the ebb just like the flow
Grab hold of your bootstraps, and pull like hell
until gravity feels sorry for you, and lets you go
As if you lack the proper chemicals to know the way it felt
the last time you let yourself fall this low

Time’s a crooked bow
Time’s a crooked bow
Time, it’s a crooked bow

Fifty-five and three-eighths years later
At the bottom of a gigantic crater
An armchair calls to you
Yeah, and armchair calls to you
It says, someday, we’ll get back at them all
with epoxy and a pair of pliers
As ancient sea slugs begin to crawl
through the ragweed and barbed wire

You didn’t write
You didn’t call
It didn’t cross your mind at all
Through the waves
waves of hay and straw
You couldn’t feel a thing at all
Fifty-five and three-eighths
Time
Fifty-five and three-eighths
Time
Time

高松和樹 距離感主義

In Collage, Wow on January 12, 2010 at 7:08 pm

These are so beautiful.  Reminds me of every reason to take Maya again.  I have to get my hands on Mud Box as well.  I just wish I could understand his bio.  Kazuki Takamatsu

FatTag Meet Projector Add iPhone

In Collage, Wow on January 11, 2010 at 9:08 pm

Theo Watson posted this awesome little ditty on F.A.T. (Free Art & Technology).
I think it’s something I want to try out and maybe see if it works with the animation app I have.

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