“New methods change the experience, and new experiences change man. Whenever we hear sounds, we are changed, we are no longer the same, and this is more the case when we hear organized sounds; music”.
(Karlheinz Stockhausen)

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“New methods change the experience, and new experiences change man. Whenever we hear sounds, we are changed, we are no longer the same, and this is more the case when we hear organized sounds; music”.
(Karlheinz Stockhausen)

via

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INTRODUCING: littleBits Space Kit (by littleBits TV)

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portu666:

Untitled
By: Szincza Szincza 

portu666:

Untitled

By: Szincza Szincza 

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(Source: airows)

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courageous-and-strong:

The Crystal Mill | by Kevin Russ | Website.

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The Crystal Mill | by  | Website.

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(Source: thvnders.tk)

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Overboard by John Westrock on Flickr.

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Overboard by John Westrock on Flickr.

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Il Sorpasso

hotvvheels:

Il Sorpasso

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prostheticknowledge:

Newly Discovered Warhol Artworks Found On Amiga Floppy Disks From 1985

From The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry:

A multi-institutional team of new-media artists, computer experts, and museum professionals have discovered a dozen previously unknown experiments by Andy Warhol (BFA, 1949) on aging floppy disks from 1985.

The purely digital images, “trapped” for nearly 30 years on Amiga® floppy disks stored in the archives collection of The Andy Warhol Museum (AWM), were discovered and extracted by members of the Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Computer Club, with assistance from the AWM’s staff, CMU’s Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry (FRSCI), the Hillman Photography Initiative at the Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA), and New York based artist Cory Arcangel.

More Here

It’s kinda funny to be presented with the news of new works by established artist from a digital medium, but then again it is well known that Warhol loved working with the Commodore Amiga - some links below:

A video showing Warhol using the Amiga to create a piece live before an audience with Debbie Harry [Link] [NME Front Cover] [The Finished Work]

An interview with Amiga World on working with the computer [Here and Here]

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