As our world’s dependence on computers continues to grow, so to does our need to study and expose the inner workings of this ubiquitous technology. Inspired by… 393 more words
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Here is a review I wrote about a contemporary art show.
Martin Howse – September 2012
In September, 2012, performance and experimental artist Martin Howse – previously found in action at places such as the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London cooking up his creative work set to music with his contemporaries – chose Falmouth for his first solo show Execution. 66 more words
During one of my first visits to the Natural History Museum in London I remember reading about how RF waves had no impact on the human body whatsoever. 924 more words
One of the inspirations for OpenLabs workshop is Alberto de Campo’s (and others) “Varia Zoosystematica Profundorum”
This is an interesting project, principally because the robots are granted their own means of communicating with one another, and those means are deliberately tailored to take account of the deep ocean ecology (and denizens) which the project as a whole intends to imitate/evoke. 855 more words
Martin Howse has been working in Berlin on the sniffers for the Electromagnetic Fountain.
He has sent me nine audio samples from 4 different detectors where he mainly focused on placing a mobile phone close to different antenna/detector pairs while making incoming and outcoming calls. 668 more words