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  1. With this in mind, she has created what she calls “performed paintings”, which she describes as an analysis of the body’s relationship to painting and sculpture. In her work, she physically choreographs common aspects of painting such as flatness, depth and rhythm or mood; she then adds the use of human figures under fabric cloaks or sheaths which mimic being underneath the surface, or skin, of a painting. 
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  3. Openframe is an open source platform for artists, curators and art enthusiasts to share, discover and display digital art.

    Openframe is free. Anyone can set up a frame using an HDMI display and a Raspberry Pi.

    Openframe is a collaborative, on-going project. The platform consists of an API, a web app, and software for the RPi that currently supports images, video, web-based artwork, and shaders. Our goal is to create a system that is accessible and extensible, allowing artists to easily add support for new digital formats
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  5. In the context of omnipresent telecommunications surveillance, “The Pirate Cinema” makes the hidden activity and geography of Peer-to-Peer file sharing visible. The project is presented as a monitoring room, which shows Peer-to-Peer transfers happening in real time on networks using the BitTorrent protocol. The installation produces an arbitrary cut-up of the files currently being exchanged. This immediate and fragmentary rendering of digital activity, with information concerning its source and destination, thus depicts the topology of digital media consumption and uncontrolled content dissemination in a connected world
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  6. Canadian artist Bill Pechet has designed an impressive large-scale artwork for the new Tuscany LRT Station in northwest Calgary. Comprised of two, 12 metre-high sculptures, situated on either side of Crowchild Trail, the artwork titled 'roger that' slowly reveals itself as a pair of radiant constellations.

    Artist’s concept rendering (View from within – looking up at night)
    Inspired by physicist/philosopher Roger Penrose, roger that adopts Penrose’s brilliant tile geometry to create repeating and random cycles of shapes. Visitors to the artwork might first experience it as irregular and arbitrary but then, out of the apparent disorder and with a slight shift of position, a perfect shape emerges allowing for a moment of greater understanding and clarity.
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