Autumn Shelves (2009) - Andreas Dobler

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BNPJ.exe (2011) - Jon Rafman and Tabor Robak

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A virtual environment, with multiple levels, produced for Philadelphia's Extra Extra Gallery.

Tip: Also see Tabor Robak's Mansion, another virtual environment created by the artist.

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iRiS (Immediate Remote Interaction System)

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By combining a recently developed mobile software application with the multimedia facade of the ARS Electronica building we intend to lower participation barriers for end users when interacting with such facades. We developed two prototypes: in the first application, users can paint interactively on the building using touch input on the mobile device. In a second application, users are able to solve a jigsaw puzzle displayed on the facade. iRiS (Immediate Remote Interaction System) is a joint research project from the University of Saarbrücken, Germany and University of Munich, Germany.


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Originally via Mediaarchitecture

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into time .com (2010) - Rafaël Rozendaal

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Blingee (Kazimir Malevich) (2010) - Jaakko Pallasvuo

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Originally via PAINTED,ETC.

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This painting is not available in your country (2010) - Paul Mutant

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Originally via PAINTED,ETC.

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Double Hunt (2006-2007) - Seth Price

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08 Volcano Test (2010) - Borna Sammak

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Repin Copy (2009) - Patrick Armstrong

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A full scale (80"x141") copy in oil of Ilya Repin's Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mehmed IV of the Ottoman Empire, 1880-1891 is fabricated by a made-to-order painting workshop and mailed to the United States for the exhibition Rotation X, 2009. Cossacks, a painting made notorious as a textbook example of kitsch in Clement Greenberg's 1939 essay Avant-Garde and Kitsch, is currently displayed at The State Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg and has putatively been seen by only a fraction of those who have read Greenberg's criticism.

-- FROM THE ARTIST'S STATEMENT

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CSS Mural (With Instructions) (2010) - Paul Flannery

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Originally via Today and Tomorrow

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