This is a stunning installation work called Oscillating Continuum, by Ryoichi Kurokawa, a Japanese sound and visual artist working in Berlin, Germany. The sound and the digital visuals combine beautifully and seamlessly with the sculpture. Really impressive work.
There are some really fascinating images produced by processing, admittedly the quality varies considerably and it would be better if artists could be a bit more selective about what they put up, but then maybe I’m missing the point. I thought these two images by Adam Ferriss were visually stimulating. Then the next image by Diana Lange is also interesting because it looks so sculptural. I chose this one above her other work because it is enhanced by its abstraction – I find broken broken or incomplete imagery more appealing as it appears more organic, less processed, more irregular – more visually stimulating.