Sweat Shoppe | Bruno Levy and Blake Shaw | The Landing

Live video painting…..

At this years Scope Miami Contemporary Art Show Levy and Shaw present an extraordinary performance concept.

“Situated in an open and inviting space outside of the booth environment, the Sweat Shoppe’s interactive installation space hosts local bands, DJs and live performances each day of the SCOPE Miami Art Show – combining art, music and technology in an innovative and accessible way. The performance aspect of Levy and Blake’s Sweat Shoppe showcases the artists’ creation dubbed ‘video painting’. Video painting allows Levy and Blake to ‘paint’ video anywhere they choose – temporarily marking architectural surfaces with their video images”. Daily Serving

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The Science of Neuromarketing

“The founder of NeuroFocus, the world’s biggest neuromarketing firm, is AK Pradeep, a PhD in engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. Five years ago, having moved from designing satellites to management consultancy, he found himself sitting next to a neuroscientist on a flight back from Atlanta: “I had just had a meeting with someone senior at Coke. He had been telling me that despite spending $3 billion on marketing and another $3 billion on indirect marketing, he was not sure what precisely he got out of it. This was still on my mind when I asked the neuroscientist what he did. He told me he helps children with attention deficit disorders, adults with emotional problems, and he works with the aged suffering from diseases such as Alzheimer’s. It struck me that this was exactly what the man at Coke was looking for. How do you get people to pay attention? How do you engage them emotionally, and how do you ensure they remember what is being said to them? Can’t I apply what he was doing in the clinic to what was happening?”

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Image: Siddhartha Dutta

Design High | Louise Blouin Foundation

“In partnership with Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Louise Blouin Foundation in London presents a group exhibition of design art with works by Atelier van Lieshout, Drift, Ingrid Donat, Joris Laarman, Lionel Scoccimaro, Marc Quinn, Mathieu Lehaneur, Pablo Reinoso, Rainer Splitt, rAndom International, Robert Stadler, Sebastian Brajkovic, Thierry Dreyfus, Vincent Dubourg and Wendell Castle.

In this video, curator Natalie Kovacs talks about the title and the concept of the exhibition, the convergence of design, art and architecture, and specific works like Atelier van Lieshout’s Wombhouse and Mahieu Lehaneur’s Local River.” VTV

Courtesy of Vernissage Art TV

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rAndom International | Audience

This installation by rAndom International takes the design imperative left field, outside the box. Is it art, is it design?  ‘Audience’ is an installation conceived by rAndom International in collaboration with Chris O’Shea. It consists of around 64 head-size mirror objects that interact with the audience based on a surveillance program that determines ‘who is interesting’.

“In this conversation with Raphaele Shirley, Hannes Koch talks about the piece – the concept behind, how it works, how people react to the piece, ideas for variations of the piece – and other topics such as the special nature of media art / design concerning hardware and maintenance, and future projects.

rAndom International’s ‘Audience’ installation has been awarded an honourable mention in the Interactive Art category of the Prix Ars Electonica 2009.”

Video Courtesy of Vernissage Art TV

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Sebastian Lange

Flickermood is a motion graphics piece created entirely in After Effects using standard pre-sets, expressions and manual key-framing. Sebastian Lange is a communications designer for qu-int.com and mynamewasgod.com. Music by Forss

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