Photo by Ho-Yeol Ryu
Cy Kuckenbaker has a knack for air traffic control. Inspired by photogapher Ho-Yeol Ryu’s incredible photograph above, he made his own version in time lapse video which records last Friday’s activity from 10-3 at the San Diego Airport. I’m going standby.
Long used for more than just cleaning, as a popular choice for robotics programming courses and competitions,
the roomba vacuum cleaner takes on a artistic undertaking in a series of timelapsed, ‘light painting’ photographs.
in the most basic renditions, roomba owners attach coloured LEDs to the devices and let them roam for the duration
of a long-exposure photograph. more enterprising photographers, like the IBR algorithm group at germany’s braunschweig
university of technology, create designs by constructing obstacles, thereby designating space that the roombas cannot pass into
and which thus remains dark. flickr user reconscious utilized accelerometer-driven LEDs so that the colour light
varied depending on the roomba’s movement. (From thisiscolossal.com)
I took the red eye from San Diego to the east coast yesterday in order to meet my mother , sister, godmother, and 6 other friends of ours at Arrowmont School of the Arts and Crafts. I’m taking “glass beads” which means I’m operating a blow torch and melting glass rods into “round” shapes. My work product is very, let’s just say, “arty” (oval, pear, not round).
Ho Ryon Lee may have been inspired by jet lag when he conceived of these “double vision” paintings. Dizzingly delightful!
Gallery representation: Galerie Bhak