Good news, DEAF is back!
Roy of Studio The Powers just added the designs to his portfolio for Naked, a party we organized a long time ago. See the complete post over here.
This doesn’t really need any promotion since it, well, almost sold out in a couple of days; but I love the logo, which is reason enough to post. Looking forward to meeting lots of interesting folks there.
Since Sonic Acts have been opening up their archives lately, I thought I’d help them out. This is the cover of the book for the excellent eleventh edition, which focused on and featured many of the innovators of early generative art, such as Manfred Mohr, John Whitney and many others.
Early bird tickets for the 2012 edition are available until December 31st.
The second edition of this fine festival featuring electronic musicians such as Africa Hitech and Plaid will take place in a couple of weeks. Loving the artwork by Raymond Lemstra:
We are organizing an exhibition about the garbage disposal area The Tiep in Oudtshoorn, South Africa from May 31st until June 10th. We brought 60 high quality printed photos with us when we came back from Oudtshoorn, which were taken by street children using disposable cameras. The pictures will be displayed in the old post office at the local municipality offices and are for sale for €50,– each. The official opening is at 4 PM tuesday the 31st. More information can be found on these sites (Dutch):
With Daniel Shiffman (US) and Jer Thorp (CA).
“If the recent history of digital fabbing were overlayed onto the geological era of Earth, Erwin Driessens, and Maria Verstappen ’s Breed sculpture may have evolved somewhere in the Triassic Period. This piece, an elegant crystalline cubic sculpture, explored in a variety of materials, appears in its initial incarnation as early as 1995 in manually constructed plywood. It was subsequently produced in 2001, in nylon, using the Selected Laser Sintering technique.”