Posts for July 2009

Pizza Bagels (screwed and chopped) (2008) - Double Happiness

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Ordering a Pizza de Brothers! (2003) - Formant Brothers

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Pizza Party (2004) - Cory Arcangel with Michael Frumin

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Pizza Party is a free command line text based software package for ordering pizza, or for throwing pizza parties.
Pizza Party has many features to make ordering pizza easy:

  • Can order pizza with only a few keystrokes.
  • Can save pizza preferences.
  • Can use batch files for ordering many pizzas.
  • Has easy to use flags for ordering different toppings.
  • Runs on most UNIX-like operating systems.
  • Supports most currently popular topings like "mushrooms", and "pepperoni"!
  • Unattended / background operation.
  • Pizza Party is distributed under the GNU General Public License.
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    Triptych (2009) - Siebren Versteeg

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    Triptych 2009 from siebren versteeg on Vimeo.


    Internet connected computer program output to gold leafed LCD monitors, realtime image searches for 'triptych'

    -- FROM THE ARTIST'S WEBSITE

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    YouTube Triptychs (2008) - Micaela Durand

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    ADORNO, THIRD EYE BLIND, GHOSTFACE DRILLAH (2007/2008) - Kari Altmann

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    My Worst Nightmare (2006) - Emma Davidson

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    Homes (2009) - Nicolas Sassoon

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    Triptych: Motion Stillness Resistance (2005) - Peter Horvath

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    Triptych: Motion Stillness Resistance is a generative, video-based triptych that explores three dynamics: motion, stillness and resistance. Each panel of Triptych focuses on one dynamic and uses these as visual metaphors for universal emotive and cognitive states taken from and reflecting my personal experiences. In Triptych three separate video streams run simultaneously in three panels. These videos are randomly chosen from a central database of stored footage associated with each individual panel. Self-structuring and generative, each time Triptych is viewed the outcome is unique. There is no audio component to this work.

    -- FROM THE ARTIST'S STATEMENT

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    SymmetryOfChaos.com (2009) - Angelo Plessas

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