'Karakuri cores' is the second visualization in a video project called Polygon Graffiti which propose feasible visions of Augmented Reality and libration of art in all realms.
By using a comprehensive and vivid form of AR the artist will be able to completely deconstruct any spatial and architectonical elements in the public and private spheres.
Precise motion tracking, 3D scanning and GPS grids will enable the artist to rebuild any building or constructions and add their own personal aesthetic to it.
This may be implemented as an open source in order to let other people or self aware software's to contribute and hack the constructions.
1. Karakuri kween.
2. Beat blocks.
3. Sclerotic cores.
4. the Gu's
5. Himitsu Kichi
6. Gunkan clouds.
7. Yokai cargo.
9. Mushin transmitters.
(Influenced by the book 'Rainbows End' by Vernor Vinge)
Music by Christ. 'Nancy and the winter sky'. Available via touched music for MacMillan cancer support.
Christ aka Chris Horne is a Scottish electronic artist that been releasing several albums for nearly two decades as well as two (John) Peel Sessions. He was also an early member of Boards of Canada and their art collective Hexagon Sun.
Initiated in 2001. Based in Kyoto, Japan. Working mainly with CGI video and VR, 3D printing, installations, photos, music and text based art. Themes are AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) and Universal AI, animism, synthetic sentiments, the limbic system and quasi spiritualism.
Been collaborating with artists such as Mira Calix, Liturgy, Christ and Sun Araw.
Featured at Prix Ars Electronica, Japan Media Arts Festival, SIGGRAPH Asia, onedotzero, Oberhausen film festival, Rotterdam film festival, Nordic Outbreak by the streaming Museum NYC, Cyberfest, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Digital art center Taipei, CAC Vilnius among others and currently at Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris/Museum of modern art Paris and 'the Wrong' New Digital Art Biennale (Uncurated a VR/AR installation at the Museo del Chopo, Mexico City)
Featured at the Creators Project/Vice.