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Pacific Light

Music by Boris Blank
Video by Ruslan Khasanov

Via Rus Khasanov

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The Powers Project: A Re-Imagining of Charles and Ray Eames’ Powers of Ten

Celebrating the landmark 1977 Eames film, Powers of Ten™, The Powers Project invited 40 innovative artists from around the world to produce original segments for each power of ten using a variety of digital and film techniques. This new, collaborative homage playfully transplants the film’s journey from the physical universe to a unique, imagined universe of graphic abstractions.

The Powers Project is a wildly creative re-imagining of the film featuring the contributions of dozens of the most innovative artists working in moving image today. While the structure and narration of the original film remain, the visual journey is transplanted from our physical universe to an imaginary, collaboratively-created universe of dynamic and continually changing abstractions. Rather than a strict remake of the original’s realistic journey (a remake of a perfect film would be pointless!), this is more like Powers of Ten at a party. The Powers Project is a hearty nod to an important film, a celebration of Charles and Ray Eames’ love for creative play, and a reflection of the exponential influence of their landmark film over the past 35 years.

Text and Images via The Powers Project

Digital Media · Photographics · Vital-Edible-Health

Intestinal Bacteria



Bio · Digital Media · Earthly/Geo/Astro · Photographics · Technology

NASA Mars Orbiter Catches Twister in Action or Mars Fertilization

A towering dust devil casts a serpentine shadow over the Martian surface in this image acquired by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona. Via NASA

Color-enhanced scanning electron micrograph of a human sperm fertilizing a human egg. The sperm has fused to the egg cell membrane (oolemma) prior to becoming incorporated almost completely into the egg. The zona pellucida has been removed in this preparation. The surface of the egg is covered with dense microvilli. Once the sperm has fused to the egg cell membrane the “zona reaction” takes place which prevents other sperm from entering the egg. Credit: Yorgos Nikas. Wellcome Images. Via Science Museum

Animalia · Film/Video/New Media · Videos

The Cycle of the Silkworm Life

Gujo, a Japanese video production company, has a fascinating series of portraits about the life cycle of silkworms and their breeding. The soundtracks chosen by Cujo are rather disturbing, and might make your contemplative experience of these beautiful creatures unpleasant (like it did to me.) I recommend however muting the youtube videos and using a optional sound scape I have chose for you or simply watch these videos in silence.

“Glimmer for third eye” by Dave Zeal and Daniel Maze on Test Tube

“Computer self aware” by Dave Zeal and Daniel Maze on Test Tube

Via GUJO YouTube

Photographics · Sculpt/Install

Woolyscapes by Eszter Burghardt

Eszter Burghardt
is a Canadian-Hungarian artist based in Vancouver BC, Canada. She has been taking part in international artist residencies in Iceland since graduating with a BFA from Emily Carr University in 2001. As an interdisciplinary artist her paintings have been exhibited across Canada and in the USA. Her photographic and sculptural work began to grow in 2009 after completing an artist’s residency in Iceland. Her work has been published and exhibited across Canada and she was selected as a winner for the Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward Festival in 2010. She is represented by the Bau-Xi Gallery and the Herringer Kiss Gallery.

Animalia · Photographics

Pere Pascual’s Silk

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