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During half a year the artists have monitored their heart beat, which they have used for composing the rhythm of a metronome. A viewer can travel back in time and browse through the hearts’ rhythm of the artists, and ...

The Rhythm Of Heart

2017_works, Artworks

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The work contains three immersive videos, which are filmed in different places and put a spectator in the center of the action. The Big Other is the main and only character in the video, who is in black with a white mask ...

The Big Other

2017_works, Artworks

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Data Shop is a shop-like installation, which speculates with the idea having a shop that sells and at the same time stores personal data. The artists have put on the pen drives their personal data extracted from ...

Data Shop

2017_works, Artworks

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This work poses questions about employment, robotics and quantification. It was inspired by the title of the exhibition in Science Gallery Dublin, HUMANS NEED NOT APPLY, and presents a robotic arm that counts ...

HUMANS NEED NOT TO COUNT

2017_works, Artworks

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Katusepoisid (in English Roof Guys) got its name from the location: the wall roof of NUKU visual theater in Tallinn old city (Nunne str.). Being inspired by the fantasy world of a visual theater, we got an idea to create ...

Katusepoisid

2017_works, Artworks

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One Flag Every Day consists of a software that collects data from Google News and, by using an analysis tool based on the artificial intelligence Watson by IBM, determines which countries are most referred to in mass ...

One Flag Every Day

2016_works, Artworks

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Who is the Next? is about the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union, well-known as Brexit. A device randomly shows the two-letter codes (ISO 3166-1 alfa-2) of the EU countries next to a luminous sign ...

Who is the Next?

2016_works, Artworks

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photo by Pablo Argente Chameleon is a white flag made of a fabric with embeded LEDs that allow it to become the flag of any country. The piece reacts to the people’s presence by showing in a compulsive way the flags of ...

Chameleon

2016_works, Artworks

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  This art & science installation was realized in collaboration with the neuroscientist Mario de la Fuente Revenga from Virginia Commonwealth University. An actual experiment that studies addictive ...

Detecting alcoholism, Not just us, Small Addicts

2016_works, Artworks