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How Data Threatens Creatives
We can name a million ways that Data has disrupted the marketing field in meaningful ways: it has streamlined purchase consideration, expedited customer service, and even enabled those creepy Facebook display ads with your online shopping web history…. The list goes on, and Data’s halo seems to grow in exponential radiance, but is there a downside?
For the Creatives in our field, I think the answer is Yes. At the very least, we should observe how other “storytellers” across industries are (or are not) playing the Data game.
On a recent Tribeca Film Festival panel featuring big name journalists and writers from hit TV shows, The Wire and House of Cards – I was surprised at these storytellers’ wariness about Big Data. And remember- these are the folks who should be the biggest beneficiaries of audience metadata, courtesy of Netflix.
Here are the 4 big red flags these pros raised against Data:
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experiencebrands:

How Data Threatens Creatives

We can name a million ways that Data has disrupted the marketing field in meaningful ways: it has streamlined purchase consideration, expedited customer service, and even enabled those creepy Facebook display ads with your online shopping web history…. The list goes on, and Data’s halo seems to grow in exponential radiance, but is there a downside?

For the Creatives in our field, I think the answer is Yes. At the very least, we should observe how other “storytellers” across industries are (or are not) playing the Data game.

On a recent Tribeca Film Festival panel featuring big name journalists and writers from hit TV shows, The Wire and House of Cards – I was surprised at these storytellers’ wariness about Big Data. And remember- these are the folks who should be the biggest beneficiaries of audience metadata, courtesy of Netflix.

Here are the 4 big red flags these pros raised against Data:

Read More

thekidshouldseethis:

Revisiting Juan Fontanive's mechanical, looping flipbooks: Vivarium. From the artist’s bio: 

Juan Fontanive makes films without using light. Often recycling the mechanical parts of found clocks and pushbikes as the portable containers of his ‘animations’. His interest lies in the beauty of sequential and repetitive movement… Pages fall in neat layers in the manner of a paper fountain, somewhere between film and sculpture - there is no ‘screen’ as such.

We’ve enjoyed Fontanive’s kinetic sculptures before… remember these?

Also in the archives: videos with more birds, more butterflies, more kinetic sculptures, and more flip books, one of our favorite DIY activities. Make your own!

via Colossal.

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arpeggia:

Jim Lambie @biennalesydney #19bos #imaginebiennale #jimlambie (at Museum of Contemporary Art)

arpeggia:

Jim Lambie @biennalesydney #19bos #imaginebiennale #jimlambie (at Museum of Contemporary Art)

newvisual:

Animations
by davidope

newvisual:

Animations

by davidope

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Shigeru Ban 
arpeggia:

Radek Brunecky - Irgendwo Anders, Zurich, 2011

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Radek Brunecky - Irgendwo Anders, Zurich, 2011

monika horcicova 3D prints the wheel of life skeletal sculpture
(link)

monika horcicova 3D prints the wheel of life skeletal sculpture

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Damian Ortega - Cosmic Thing (2002)

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

arpeggia:

Naum Gabo - Linear Construction No. 1, 1942-1943, perspex and nylon, 349 x 349 x 89 mm © Nina & Graham Williams/Tate, London 2011
See more Naum Gabo posts here.

arpeggia:

Naum Gabo - Linear Construction No. 1, 1942-1943, perspex and nylon, 349 x 349 x 89 mm © Nina & Graham Williams/Tate, London 2011

See more Naum Gabo posts here.

amirdelmar:

Diana Lange - Soundprocessing

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