Bibliography

// Flowing Data ~where form follows data

 

// Infosthetic

 

// Fetish of money

    I don’t know if this was a student project or something else. However, it does show a very unique way on researching our everyday object. 

 

// ALAVS

    Jed Berk is an alumni of the Media Design Program at Art Center College of Design. His Alavs are high tech creatures( or bubbles or whatever you call it ), existing, living and interacts with light source or cellphone activities. In my words, I would describe them as ” High tech creatures fed by technology.”

 

// Design interactions, RCA

    Students of the Design interaction program at RCA (Royal College of Art) has a wide range of work that are human-centered, which are also embodied in everyday objects.

 

// SpaceCollective

    As in their own words : ” Where forward thinking terrestrials exchange ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction today.”  They seem to have a very broad definition of what they do and where they focus on. However, many works showed on the website foresee the “future world” with very interesting concepts.

 

// TED talks

     I don’t care if anyone say this website is not related to my study. TED talks is one of my all time favorite websites. It has a spot in my heart, then of course it deserves a spot here.

 

// Petahertz/Amibes

    I’m not sure what is this art group called, but their performance art integrated with physical interactions stroke me as a new form of Art.

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