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Joëlle Duval

Ce que vous jugerez bien, dans la réalité je ne nomme aucun visuel) 1O155 est la traduction numérique de Joe : dadajoe#1O155

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Photos = Photoshop. Based on: Man Ray, Masque Kiki, 1962.

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“Transformation d’un tournesol ENIVRER de soleil”. Joëlle Duval

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Kamilia Kard

Ma Main, Ray (2016)

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3D Modeling, digital image. Based on: Man Ray, Main Ray, 1935

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“Wanting to pay a tribute to Man Ray’s Main Ray (1935), a mannequin hand holding a billiard ball, I turned it into a 3D model. In Ma Main, Ray (2016), I replaced the billiard ball with a glass marble, a woman’s bust casted into it. The female body is a reference to my recent series Woman as a Temple, featuring a parade of headless, often overweight female bodies rendered in unnatural colors and unusual materials. The series will be soon released by Editorial Vortex as an artist book”. Kamilia Kard

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Benjamin Berg

Man Raymix

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Remix with dithering and custom color tables. Based on: Man Ray, Orchestra, 1926.

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Mark Klink

KikiGlitch

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jpeg image rendered using Blender 3d. Post-processing using Paint.net. Based on: Man Ray, Masque Kiki, 1962.

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The Kiki mask .ply file was duplicated and imported into Blender. Before import, some of the duplicates were opened using a spreadsheet, and both the vertex positions and vertex colors were “glitched.” Within Blender, various manipulations of the normals and diffuse colors were applied to the imported copies, as well as further modeling, remeshing, scaling, etc“. Mark Klink

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Mitch Posada

Melting Array

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Computational axis image shifting. Based on: Man Ray, Cactus, 1943

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Inhye Lee

Plus Belle Haleine

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Animated Gif. Based on: Man Ray, Belle Haleine, 1920

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With my limited French language knowledge, I decided that the woman in the branding was called “Haleine” and she could be more beautiful. (Although I don’t think that’s her name…, sometimes, it’s good to be ignorant so I can get lost. Is that Duchamp in disguise? )

These days, beautifying or changing our external appearances is easily achievable with just a few clicks on a mobile app. I wonder what the dada/conceptual artists of 100 years ago would think about today’s technology and its implication on ready made.

For this work, I wanted to take on the ready made concept, so I mostly used freely available mobile apps and their effect. I was quite amazed how much I was able to get done on mobile apps only…!

 

Following is the list of software I used to create the work.

1. Photoshop (Mac) – Edited the original text to “Plus Belle Haleine”

2. Snow (Mobile app) – Added animated filters to her face. Haleine’s face was recognized via Snow app’s face recognition technology. I displayed an edited image from photoshop on a computer screen, then fixed my mobile phone (with a front facing camera) to detect the face. Since only one filter was applicable at a time, I filmed several times with a same angle.

3. Splice (Mobile app) – Composited multiple videos together, changed the overall color tone of the video and sped it up

4. Video Crop (Mobile app) – The original video taken via “Snow” app shows its logo on the bottom, so I used this app to crop the logo and other unwanted parts out.

5. Giphy.com (WebSite) – Created a logo-free gif file

 
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Tyler Kline

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Animated Gif. Based on: Man Ray, Non euclidean object, 1932; Lazlo Moholy-Nagy, Untitled, 1927, and  Self-Portrait 1926; Magazine Cover: 391 New York, March 1917.

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Grenade fired into the bunker of Cartesian thought, using the platonic tools of measurement employed by the Empire. Non Euclidean, Absurdist Dance of Afro-Quantum Futurism“. Tyler Kline

 

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José Irion Neto

Untitled

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Glitch Art work based on corrupted IFS representation. Based on Magazine Cover: Le cœr à barbe Paris, April 1922

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Patrick Lichty

Catcus (I am not really confident, but I think it’s a group of men sitting next to a cat.)

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JPG file. Based on: Man Ray, Cactus, 1943

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Patrick Lichty chose Man Ray’s 1943 Cactus, and with the switching of two letters, updated it for the internet as “Catcus”, also referring to Kurt Scwitters’ 1923 “DadaCats”. The subtitle is the resulting image’s results on Microsoft’s CaptionBot, which seemed amazingly suited to the piece.

 

Patrick Lichty is an Intermedia artist, curator, and theorist exploring how media shape our perception of reality. He is best known for his work with the virtual reality performance art group Second Front, and the animations with the activist group, The Yes Men. He is a CalArts/Herb Alpert Fellow and Whitney Biennial exhibitor as part of the collective RTMark. He has presented and exhibited internationally at numerous biennials and triennials (Yokohama, Venice, Performa, Maribor, Turin, Sundance), and conferences (ISEA, SIGGRAPH, Popular Culture Association, SLSA, SxSW). His recent book, “Variant Analyses: Interrogations of New Media Culture” was released by the Institute for Networked Culture, and is included in the Oxford Handbook of Virtuality.

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Esther Miquel

Handmade Stereopticon Slides (digital version)

Digital video. Based on: Marcel Duchamp, Handmade Stereopticon Slides, 1918.

 

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Domenico Barra

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Animated Gif,  databending + screen recording + file format conversion. Based on: Man Ray, Belle Haleine, 1920

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Ed Fornieles

Explorer

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To be read by a financial trader. Based on: Dada Phone, Tristan Tzara, March 1920

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