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Geraldine Erman

Masque

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Net based. Based on: Man Ray, Masque Kiki, 1962.

 

” Using a 3D scan of Man Ray’s “Masque Kiki”, the viewer is invited to experience the sculpture via their browser , webcam (not available on mobile devices), and simple head-tracking. The main Javascript libraries are  Auduino’s “Headtrackr.js” and Three.js“. Geraldine Erman

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Simone Gilberti

DaDa 1010

 

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Glithc. Based on: Hannah Höch, Musiker zu Hause, 1962.

 

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Konstantin Guz

Tension and Balance

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Based on: Lázló Moholy-Nagy, Untitled, 1927.

“In order to give some movement and highlight the composition I added self-made geometric scans into picture. The idea was not to disturb the image but integrate organically new shapes that add new interpretation and perhaps give a title for this artwork”. Konstantin Guz

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Intimidad Romero

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Digital image. Based on: Paul Citroen, Alannah, 1931

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Chris Joseph

Cannibale

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Based on magazine cover: Cannibale, Paris, 25 May 1920

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“Dada alone does not smell: it is nothing, nothing, nothing.

It is like your hopes: nothing

like your paradise: nothing

like your idols: nothing

like your heroes: nothing

like your artists: nothing

like your religions: nothing.”

 

From ‘Manifeste cannibale dada’ by Francis Picabia, read at the Dada soirée at the Théâtre de la Maison de l’Oeuvre, Paris, 27 March 1920.

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Stéphane Mroczkowski

391 Picabia Re-print

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Hand Press Print from digital matrix, ink on paper, A3 sheet

Based on magazine cover: 391 New York, N.3, 1 March 1917

 

“I am fascinated by the constant reference to print in Duchamp’s work. The printed document, the «handmade» document, from the simple stamp to the sophisticated techniques he used for his «Green Box» (1934) for example, incredible edition of his studio documents in fac-simile.” Stéphane Mroczkowski

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Domenico Barra

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Databending + collage

Based on: Paul Citroen, Alannah

 

“The howl of clashing pixels, a rave of colors. Explo!ted accidental gltiches and incongruous phot0shop effects based on principles of i-rrationality, i-ncongruity, and i-rreverence towards accepted aesthetic criteria l!ke hungry children riding on a hobbyhorse at a rave chasing contraddictions, grotesqueries, trivialities and the meaning of life. Is it time for lunch yet? Eat D@D@!” Domenico Barra

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Pier Giorgio De Pinto

Fake3D

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Animated gif/3D object

Based on: Man Ray, Long Distance, 1926

 
“A creator needs only one enthusiast to justify him” Man Ray (1890-1976). A combination between an animated gif and a 3D object inspired by the work Long Distance, by Man Ray. Pier Giorgio De Pinto

 

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Stéphane Mroczkowski

Duchamp Stereopticon Slides Re-print

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Hand Press Print from digital matrix, ink on paper, A3 sheet

Based on: Marcel Duchamp, Handmade stereopticon slides, 1918

 

“I am fascinated by the constant reference to print in Duchamp’s work. The printed document, the «handmade» document, from the simple stamp to the sophisticated techniques he used for his «Green Box» (1934) for example, incredible edition of his studio documents in fac-simile.” Stéphane Mroczkowski

 

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Vuk Ćosić

Psychodada

 

Digital image. Based on the cover of “New York Dada”, April 1921

 

A dada passionate, Ćosić plays with his interest for avant-garde typography and his love for ASCII graphics combining the cover of a seminal dada magazine, featuring Duchamp’s Belle Haleine, with a frame from his ASCII version of Hitchcock’s Psyco, an early net art masterpiece.

 

Vuk Ćosić. Pioneer of net.art, guilty of much.

 

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