Ilze Black artist, curator and researcher, currently media arts curator at Watermans art center, London. She curator of Interference:Public Sound developed within the framework of Trans- European Re_Public Art. She was one of the co-founders of Ambient Information Systems. In nineties, as cofounder of Latvia based art bureau OPEN she has staged seminal events like Open, Biosport and Untitled: subvertising session in streets of Riga.
PORTA2030 is conceived as a performative urgency network exercise with porta-porters works toward building a portable and responsive social network by year 2030.
PORTA2030 deploys porta-pack, a mobile network unit that documents, archives and transmits electro-data. Roaming in wifi-zone, PORTA-porters equipped with porta-packs upkeeps the communal data and echoes each other upon receiving urgency signals.
Alexei Blinov is artist and pioneer of quantum and information technology arts. He is founder of Raylab.com company working on Interactive electronic media design and implementation. Blinov has recently received funding from Arts Council England on a Hive Network research and development initiative. Through out the 90' Alexei Blinov has been developing a series of projects exercising the diverse forms of laser and optical technologies.
TAKE2030 (UK) is a brave new media society that operates in parallel net media scheme. The London based collective (co-founded by Ilze Black, Alexei Blinov and Shu Lea Cheang) produces public art projects, shifting social network mission into hypermedia playing fields. Past projects include RichAir2030, UK, EU (2003-2004) and Lets do Lunch, London (2005).
In "Doubling Back", two identical travelling waves migrate very slowly across each other’s paths at a 90-degree angle to one another. The film is projected not in mid-air but closely hugging the adjacent wall within an empty 'gallery' space. The air is thickened with a mist, which makes
Anthony McCall (USA) is well known for his films from the seventies, and in particular his seminal piece “Line Describing a Cone” from 1973 in which a sculptural form composed of projected light slowly evolves in three-dimensional space. “Doubling Back”, first shown at the 2004 Whitney Biennial in New York, is one of a new series of projected, sculptural installations which include vertically-oriented pieces such as “Breath" and “Between You and I”.
There is a correlation from electromagnetic waves to a static form. For example you can see this link of both components in a antenna. A correlation between a oscillating electromagnetic field and a static form, which is a multiple of the wavelength using the natural oscillation of a electric conductor, but not only antennas are in this correlation, any form is in result to a complex electromagnetic field.
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