7 January 2012
Mogees, Brighton, Searle’s archive, Soviet rockets & Olympic sparklers.
More from Eye’s regular compilation of links to things that caught our attention over the past week or so.
Mogees (top and below) turns any surface into a gestural musical interface. Here’s an article about it in Wired UK (via Arron Sparks of CircusGeeks.)
Wayne Ford writes about ‘FIND: a visual archive of Brighton.
Above: England, Brighton, from Think of England, 1995-1999 by Martin Parr. (©MartinParr/Magnum/Courtesy of Preston is my Paris).
Using biscuits, fruit, New Year’s sparklers (below) – anything that comes to hand – Sarah Hyndman reinterprets the five Olympic rings every day.
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