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~ An image to remind me of blue times gone by. ~

 

bit BIGGER - bit BETTER

 

I have to upload a design every so often, and this one came a long way from the original idea and actually doesn't resemble anything from the original build. So, here it is.

 

Good night for now North, Central & South America.

Good day Europe / Asia / Africa / Australia - NZ

:-)

Kragen and I went to Washington DC to hear the Supreme Court. We made teh wired

Blog Post for photo

~An orange tree, excellent source of vitamin SEE. ~

  

A million thank you's go to all of my contacts for stopping in and dropping a quick note and/or an invite to some of their favorite groups.

I met many new friends yesterday and look forward to having a better look around in many galleries today.

I hope Monday brought somebody something, if not maybe Tuesday was meant to be a better possibility.

Have a great day.

MISSION ETERNITY is an information technology driven cult of the dead.

 

etoy.CORPORATION digitally sends M∞ PILOTS across the ultimate boundary to explore afterlife, the most virtual of all worlds.

 

The plan is to install a community of the living and the dead that reconfigures the way information society deals with memory (conservation/loss), time (future/presence/past) and death.

 

Under the protection of thousands of M∞ ANGELS (the living) M∞ PILOTS (the dead) travel space and time forever.

 

Independent of religious beliefs and scientific speculations, MISSION ETERNITY starts from the premise that all humans leave behind mortal remains and a massive body of information. We all continue to exist as biomass and traces in the global memory: in governmental data-bases, in family archives, in professional records, and in emotional data stored in the bio-memory of our social network.

 

At the heart of MISSION ETERNITY stands the creation and ultra-long-term conservation of M∞ ARCANUM CAPSULES, interactive portraits and digital communication systems for human beings facing death (M∞ PILOTS).

 

The M∞ ARCANUM CAPSULES contain digital fragments of the life, knowledge and soul of the users and enable humans to maintain an active presence post mortem: as infinite data particles they forever circulate the global info sphere – hosted in the shared memory of thousands of networked computers and mobile devices of M∞ ANGELS, people who contribute a part of their digital storage capacity to the mission.Read more...

More fractal art !

Fractal art is a form of algorithmic art created by calculating fractal objects and representing the calculation results as still images, animations, and media. Fractal art developed from the mid-1980s onwards. It is a genre of computer art and digital art which are part of new media art.

 

Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year - Ella Fitzgerald Jazz Collection - (High Quality )

www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhxTUMXrywg

Please right click the link and open in a new tab to view and listen. Thank you !

 

Rollingstone1's most interesting photos on Flickriver

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After avoiding Photoshop for a few days, it's nice to play again.

I've seen a lot of Factalius stuff going on these days, so I wanted to throw something up that was made using the great plug-in that it is.

 

See it BIGGER & better here...

Original art. Needle felt seascape of sunset in the San Juan Islands, Washington State. Unspun wool roving on felt ground. Metallic fiber stitches.

This shot was taken in White Rock on just a glorious day. I then tweaked the Hue, Saturation and added a vignette. I like the effect.

El Mirage dry lake bed, Mojave Desert, CA. A digital piece from my Cascade project.

~ The Mallards dance, while in hopes of a treat. ~

A small comment, or even a FAVE, makes this duck very happy to dance.

send this shot to your contacts and even email... if you'd like. :-)

 

Most would think bread is okay for ducks, but it's not. A nice seed selection is best and even pellet rabbit food is a real treat on a cold Canadian winter day.

 

A million thank you's to everyone for taking a look at my previously uploaded self image and it is intense, but that's the reason for posting it. I don't post many self images, so had to make it fun.

 

Have a wonderful Thursday my friends and just be yourself today.

BIG HELLO from Ottawa, Canada

 

Original art. Needle felt seascape. Small, quiet cove on Fidalgo Island, Washington State. Ocean, sand, and beach grass. Seaweed-covered rocks. A blue-sky day. Unspun wool roving, novelty yarn fibers, and silk embroidery on felt ground.

Click here for an awsome slideshow of my trip to Yellowstone in January 2007

Junk Jet has developed an archive impossible that ­trans­ports, in print format, net based works, or ­fragments of works showing collections, series, animations, applications, and reflecting anti-heart texts on the net and its new forms of art, design, and architecture. N°5, the net.heart issue, has transferred internet things from their digital space into a paper jet. This transportation procedure relies on documents in a similar way as the museum relies on photograph and video documenting performance arts. And Junk Jet believes that this analogue documentation is in no way inferior to pseudo-preserving techniques of data migration, emulation, or reprogramming. At the end, Junk Jet says: Transportation is not so much about the artwork as object, but rather about the indication of the subjective decision of the artist. In this sense Junk Jet is a Russian conceptualist.

 

junkjet.net/

www.igmade.net/order.html

www.facebook.com/pages/Junk-Jet/298633638983

 

With wireless contributions by Adam Cruces, Agathe Andre, Alessandro Bava, Alexei Shulgin, Angela Genusa, Angelo Plessas, Aureliano Segundo, Asli Serbest, Aristide Antonas, Artie Vierkant, Ball-Nogues, Bärbel Jetter, Bea Fremderman, Beatriz Ramo, Ben Aqua, Ben Vickers, Billy Rennekamp, Bonno van Doorn, Brad Troemel, Bryan Boyer, Carsten Güth, Christian Oldham, Christine Nasz and Stefanie Hunold, Constant Dullaart, Dennis Knopf, Eilis Mcdonald, Fabien Mousse, Gene McHugh, Greg J. Smith, Hanne Mugaas, Jacob Engblom, Jasper Elings, JODI, Jonas Lund, Jordan Tate, Katja Novitskova, Laimonas Zakas, Lenox Twins, m-a-u-s-e-r, Marisa Olson, Michael Schoner, Mike Ruiz, Mimi Zeiger, Mona Mahall, Natalie Bookchin, Nicholas O'Brien, Nicolas Sassoon, NIEI, NLarchitects, Olia Lialina, Palace Palace, Rafaël Rozendaal Ricardo Scofidio, Parker Ito, Patrick Cruz, Pieterjan Grandry, Raphael Bastide, Sam Hancocks, Sarah Weis, Something Fantastic, Sterling Crispin, Theo Seemann, Will Brand, Wyne Veen

Edited by Mona Mahall and Asli Serbest

N°5 comes with a Poster: "Home Buttons by Architects"

imaging > something from the future = pg46

Photography, digital art, pigment transfer in gelatin on wood.

Junk Jet has developed an archive impossible that ­trans­ports, in print format, net based works, or ­fragments of works showing collections, series, animations, applications, and reflecting anti-heart texts on the net and its new forms of art, design, and architecture. N°5, the net.heart issue, has transferred internet things from their digital space into a paper jet. This transportation procedure relies on documents in a similar way as the museum relies on photograph and video documenting performance arts. And Junk Jet believes that this analogue documentation is in no way inferior to pseudo-preserving techniques of data migration, emulation, or reprogramming. At the end, Junk Jet says: Transportation is not so much about the artwork as object, but rather about the indication of the subjective decision of the artist. In this sense Junk Jet is a Russian conceptualist.

 

junkjet.net/

www.igmade.net/order.html

www.facebook.com/pages/Junk-Jet/298633638983

 

With wireless contributions by Adam Cruces, Agathe Andre, Alessandro Bava, Alexei Shulgin, Angela Genusa, Angelo Plessas, Aureliano Segundo, Asli Serbest, Aristide Antonas, Artie Vierkant, Ball-Nogues, Bärbel Jetter, Bea Fremderman, Beatriz Ramo, Ben Aqua, Ben Vickers, Billy Rennekamp, Bonno van Doorn, Brad Troemel, Bryan Boyer, Carsten Güth, Christian Oldham, Christine Nasz and Stefanie Hunold, Constant Dullaart, Dennis Knopf, Eilis Mcdonald, Fabien Mousse, Gene McHugh, Greg J. Smith, Hanne Mugaas, Jacob Engblom, Jasper Elings, JODI, Jonas Lund, Jordan Tate, Katja Novitskova, Laimonas Zakas, Lenox Twins, m-a-u-s-e-r, Marisa Olson, Michael Schoner, Mike Ruiz, Mimi Zeiger, Mona Mahall, Natalie Bookchin, Nicholas O'Brien, Nicolas Sassoon, NIEI, NLarchitects, Olia Lialina, Palace Palace, Rafaël Rozendaal Ricardo Scofidio, Parker Ito, Patrick Cruz, Pieterjan Grandry, Raphael Bastide, Sam Hancocks, Sarah Weis, Something Fantastic, Sterling Crispin, Theo Seemann, Will Brand, Wyne Veen

Edited by Mona Mahall and Asli Serbest

N°5 comes with a Poster: "Home Buttons by Architects"

~ On my way to somewhere else, I stopped, sat and pondered.~

 

BIGGER

bigger than BIGGER

 

rear wall graffiti creator here...

 

~ My Sunday outing seemed so familiar??? ~

  

I hope everyone had a great weekend and Valentines didn't drain all the love out of Flickr.

Have a great Monday my friends, I wish a great week for everyone and will be visiting.

Enjoy

Visit my Digital Pixels SET for more like this.

 

Image: RF stock Dreamstime.com

 

On the edge of both Canada & America (Canada-U.S.A. border)

 

As a kid, I grew up around the USA border, usually only a 15 minute drive by car or 30 minutes by boat. It's hard to believe the Border Stations now, and how things have changed for both better and worse. That's life.

 

Many thanks to everyone that stopped into the High Flow shot I posted yesterday, very much appreciated. A terrific start to the week and I had a great time bouncing around Flickr today. If I didn't get to you, write something like "come see me"... I'll try to swing by asap.

 

Have a Terrific Tuesday and keep on clicking.

BIG HELLO from Ottawa, Canada

 

Along the river, I stopped to play.

  

700mm trip to the sun (homemade adapter on 500mm & 40D /speed 1/8000)

Sometimes the sky becomes so painted, it's hard not to reach for a camera.

 

Many thanks for stopping into the Macro rain drop yesterday, and hopefully the new rising sun will dry everything up and we'll be under total sunshine today. - 50/50 -

 

Greets to all Flickr friends and weekend warriors on this super Saturday. I hope to see your uploaded images today and if not, then I hope you're out having a wonderful day and grabbing some new ones from your part of our World.

As always, BIG HELLO from Ottawa, Canada to YOU.

~ 6 seconds of my Sunday morning. ~

 

I actually dragged my tripod down to the creek this chilly Sunday morning and with a few filters, managed to grab this daytime 6 second long exposure shot.

This is the middle exposure of a set of three for HDR, but I really liked the quality of it alone.

  

Thanks for stopping in and having a look at this. Using a configuration of two polarizing lenses stacked, One Circular and one not, you can almost totally block all light coming in and lengthen any shot time.

One day I'll have the right tools for my needs, but making things work with limited supplies is also a challenge I can't refuse.

 

~ North America's CONNECTION, The Grid. ~

 

Soon, I believe Teffen and other filter companies will start selling add on filter styles for high end Nikon, Canon, Pentax..... (DSLR cameras)

This is the typical gradient style you will probably see and I would love to get my hands on some software to design some. Until then, I'll just use the standard styles and scenes currently offered by camera companies.

 

Happy Monday and a big week ahead for me now that I am medicated and can sit still for more than just a few moments at a time. The miracles of medicine, wow!

Have a great day and BIG HELLO from Ottawa, Canada

 

Current weather, rainy. Snapped a moment ago on the balcony

 

A small bud from freshly planted balcony flowers. I can't wait for Mother Nature to fully take over here in my part of Canada, but for now this balcony bud will just have to do.

I hope everyone is enjoying their Thursday and the weekend is almost here, finally.

 

Me? Oh, thanks for asking.

I'm still doing the social network configuration and not pleased with my chain of what updates what. Every Flickr upload and FAVE will post on my Twitter, FaceBook, FriendFeed, ViaMoi.com, Tumblr.com along with additional faves on other sites like youtube and stumbeUpon.com

It'll work out fine in a bit and I'll post a link to what I'm doing and how.

 

90mm Tamron

 

Big Hello from Ottawa, Canada.

   

They're Here III

Photoshop series where "real meets surreal."

Web Site: www.jimmiefisher.com

Twitter: @JimmieFisher

~ A 30 second walk from my door, I watch the world reflect. ~

 

A small splash of colour to brighten up the snowy day in Ottawa today.

I hope everybody is having a great weekend and getting a bit of relaxation for a perfect week ahead!

Make it good for YOU my friend!

Cheers from CANADA

  

I/P/O-cle

2013

Light Installation

Lenses, light, mirror, sound, container, fog

1200X240X240 cm

 

Scientific Inquiries Exhibition / Bilimsel Sorgulamalar Sergisi

07.11-2013-07.12.2013, Koç University Campus

basaksenova.com/ex_32.html

 

Design and Concept: Candaş Şişman

Sound Design: Giray Gürkal, Candaş Şişman

Thanks to: Osman Koç, Deniz Kader, Yunus Dölen, Sani Karamustafa, Prof. Dr. Tekin Dereli, Prof. Dr. Alphan Sennaroglu, Başak Şenova, Mirhan Kıvanç Özdemir

Curator: Başak Şenova

Commisioned by: Koc University

Photos by: Flufoto, Yunus Dölen

 

I – Input, P – Process, O – Output, cle – Cycle

IPOcle is an installation simulating the way we perceive the reality that exist in

our physical world and the various layers, variables, cycles that are present in this

process of perceiving. With the senses that we have, we can perceive only a limited

portion of the physical reality that surrounds us. This perceived physicality keeps

altering as it goes through many layers and processes (biological and psychological)

in our brains. These perceptions draw our perceptual schemas and these schemas in

turn shape the reality we perceive. Our perceptions and what we perceive, therefore,

constantly reshape call each other into being, as in a vicious cycle. At this point, how

can we define what reality really is, what constant can we refer to, and aren’t we

supposed to look at this issue in a more holistic and intertwined manner?

 

The IPOCle is made of a strong light source, lenses, a convex mirror, a fog machine

and a sound system; installed inside a dark container. The light source is located

so that the goes through the lenses, hung one after another. The refracted light

reaches the mirror. The convex mirror transforms the light and reflects it back. The

fog machine keeps running to make the dispersed light visible for us; while a base

frequency keeps running in the background.

 

The light and the light source describe physical reality and input / The lenses: The process and various

factors of perception / The mirror: What is perceived, the output and the cycle.

Paint whit Brushes on Iphone

Photograph, digital art, archival inkjet print.

"Action Potential" art exhibition took place at the Ohio State University Department of Art galleries April 22 - 23, 2013

LIVE PERFORMANCE ON SLSC THURSDAY FEB 28, 6 PM SLT... and

  

Fri, Feb 29: 3 PM

Sat, Mar 1: 11 AM

Sun, Mar 2: 1 PM

Mon, Mar 3: 11 AM

Tues, Mar 4: 6 PM

Weds, Mar 5: ---

Thurs, Mar 6: 3 PM

Fri, Mar 7: 1 PM

Sat, Mar 8: 6 PM

Sun, Mar 9: 3 PM

 

Join the SL Shakespeare Company group inworld on SL! ;-)

  

or drop by the SL Globe Theatre

The ZeroG Skydancers performed a special show for Symposium attendees

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