via wowgreat: geometrica: exhibitions and fair stands for unika vaev by verner panton, 1960
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reblog wowgreat: ecotone: plphny: dododododa: Vladimir Bonačić and Ivan Picelj, computer-programmed object T4, 1968
Victor Vasarely. reblog wowgreat:(via Essayons is French for “trying”…)
by Cecil Balmond at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, “the exhibition presents Balmond’s thinking about geometry, pattern and space through three installations.” via dezeen
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DIN. PR 10 [NaMa II]
by Vladimir Bonacic, 1971. Computer-controlled dynamic object / light installation at the storefront of NaMa in Zagreb, Ilica Street.
via Mute magazine. Before the art of new media
founded by Alisa Andrasek in 2001. Andrasek is an experimental practitioner of architecture and computational processes in design. Biothing is a trans-disciplinary laboratory that focuses on the generative potential of computational systems for design.
image: Agentware research 06_09, directed by Alisa Andrasek, AA DRL Probotics student team with BIOTHING, long-span roofscape STL model
by Carsten Nicolai, 2009. “Grid Index is the first comprehensive visual lexicon of patterns and grid systems. It is an essential reference book for designers, visual artists, architects, researchers and mathematicians.” Gestalten Verlag. short interview at XLR8R. Carsten Nicolai: Gridlocked.
by Andy Gilmore, a draftsman, designer, and musician based in Rochester, NY.
Anni Albers, student at the Bauhaus University, married to Josef Albers, teaching at the experimental Black Mountain College, one of the most influential textile designers of the 20th century. After being rejected from a glass workshop at the Bauhaus University, she took a weaving class.
by Motoi Yamamoto, 2006. Salt installation works, details.