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Alan Storey – Excerpt from the Climatic Drawing Machine (contemporary art museum)

Alan Storey – Excerpt from the Climatic Drawing Machine (contemporary art museum)

Alan Storey was born in British Columbia, Canada in 1960. He received his BFA from the University of Victoria in 1982 and has since exhibited all over North America and Europe. Both in the public and contemporary art spheres, Storey has received numerous commissons for his sculptural works. As mediated by both the act of

Laser illumination for welding visualization “CAVILUX” – Nobby Tech. Ltd.

Laser illumination for welding visualization “CAVILUX” – Nobby Tech. Ltd.

It is Nobby Tech. Ltd. I display epoch-making laser illumination and high-speed camera for welding visualization. Arc light influenced the visualization of the welding conventionally, and photography was difficult. We deny influence of the arc light, and the laser illumination visualizes a molten pond and the outbreak situation of sputtering precisely. We have the software

Creative State: Depth of Surface Opening Reception

Creative State: Depth of Surface Opening Reception

( upbeat electronic music )>>Depth of surface is exciting for us because it is 16 Northern California artists who are working in our context and this allows us to invite them into the University.>>It’s also been great in terms of looking for work that fits this idea of pattern and surface design that leaves the

When art and science meet

When art and science meet

My name is Thomas Merritt I’m a Canada Research Chair and professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry In the last five years I’ve run a science art show We look to explore the connections between art and science And look at artistic concepts from a new direction Look at scientific concepts from a

Fish in a corrosive ☢ vibe, visual art, meanings, references.

Fish in a corrosive ☢ vibe, visual art, meanings, references.

hello everybody here we go with the fishes the name of this painting is :: fish in a corrosive vibe has in the background a little nuclear symbols this means that there is something no good in the environment the fish represent the flow and the horns represent the protections of the environment

The art of plaster casting (UCL)

The art of plaster casting (UCL)

Jo’s going to put her hand in here, we’re going to colour it with alginate, then in about three minutes it will set, then hopefully Jo can wiggle her hand out like a glove. This is actually a flexible mould. I love the fluidity of it, that you can pour it, you can carve it.

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium – digitising art

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium – digitising art

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts Belgium were founded by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1801 and have now become the country’s leading cultural institution. We welcome more than 750,000 visitors a year – an incredible figure. As pioneers in the digitisation of art, it was only natural that we asked Google Arts & Culture to help

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