Artist. Thinker. Radical Seeker.
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  • (Source: notsuperstitious, via continuants)

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  • artistsalliance:

    YinHua Chu’s installation for Afterimage at Cuchifritos Gallery. Chu has been collecting discarded material from the Essex Market vendors, constructing the vignettes above and photographing them in the gallery space. 

    Love these.

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  • Daniel Martin Diaz

    From Juxtapoz:

    LAURA HINES: So how do you see humanity grappling with these questions of consciousness as the earth’s resources shrivel and our sun slowly dies?

    DANIEL MARTIN DIAZ: Here we are as humans on Earth and at some point we have to leave because of the lack of resources. In a larger sense, at some point the universe will reach a constant. Atoms will stop vibrating, heat will dissipate and will reach absolute zero. Because humans have to leave the Earth to find resources, and because the universe is approaching absolute zero, we’ll have to evolve beyond our biological selves. We’ll have to merge with electronic components. The next phase beyond consciousness is in computer systems. They don’t need biological cells anymore, so computers can exist in space without the resources our organic bodies need.

    By us evolving and merging with technology, as the universe gets colder, we try to fight our demise. But once we’re robots in space, even robots can’t function in absolute zero. We will reach the point where our collective consciousness leaves its robotic systems and becomes a glob of consciousness in space. Since it’s the consciousness of humanity and all living creatures combined, it’s super intelligent, and has figured out how to manipulate time in order to avoid reaching absolute zero. It’s the last leg of existence, buying time. And there’s this concept that the super intelligent glob of consciousness will somehow punch a hole into the universe next to ours and start the process of existence all over again.


    Full interview and more images: http://www.juxtapoz.com/illustration/daniel-martin-diaz-and-the-soul-of-science

    I saw Diaz’s work at the Outsider Art Fair a couple months back and was totally blown away. So far out. So tuned in.

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  • cross-connect:

    Mnunu Nimune is the pseudonym of a cyberpunk artist from Spain. He posts on Tumblr as mnunu-nimune. His work is built around a set of ten rules.

    1. Only black and white.

    2. 500 width 888 height.

    3. Always merge Tech-Noir/Cyberpunk with Occult / Esoteric topics.

    4. Just code with Processing. No PS, no AE, no C4D.

    5. Work 3 hours max per piece.

    6. Just post pictures. No reblogs, no text, no messages,

    7. Use your own algorithms and your own classes. Your own typographies and your own languages.

    8. Always include Procedural & Random elements.

    9. Only use photographs made with your iPhone. No edits.

    10. Publish one post a day. 18:30 Madrid time.

    #

    Pretty serious rules

    (via omggifpop)

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  • "You are great."
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  • 70sscifiart:

    Johnathan Zawada

    g’night world

    (Source: tomorrowandbeyond)

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  • sweetness in the studio

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  • lacma:

    staydontgo:

    Keith Haring Untitled (car) 1986 Buick Special (hauteliving.com

    Raise your hand if you want a Keith Haring car. 

    {raises hand}

    (Source: installator)

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  • A little flavor on the wall of my studio in DUMBO. In residency at NYSRP through December. Obsessed with icosahedrons. 




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  • thefile:

     anne de vries

    "If you work as an artist with the same medium you cannot avoid the question, why make more images if there are already so many? This question became central in my practice, through my work I try to find answers and formulate more questions."

    every day

    (via notational)

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  • Masks of New York dot tumblr dot com forward slash Natural History Museum

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  • "A small act is worth a million thoughts."
    Ai Weiwei (艾未未)

    Where does a small reblog count on this spectrum?

    (Source: psych-facts, via notational)

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