This is a mini light show that was composed of 20 Mac pros. It shows the possibility of how a VJ performance could be done by the cheapest and easiest method, without any programming skills.
I filled a butterfly specimen box with black-and-white butterfly photo duplicates. Even though I duplicated butterflies’lines and contours, I could not duplicate their lives. I think that in the modern society, people are so indulged in duplicating various daily necessities and luxuries to satisfy their personal desires, but they often forget that the mother nature, which is what actually nurtures life, cannot be duplicated.
President Harry S. Truman ordered the first atomic bomb to be dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that the death toll was “over 100,000.” The five-year death total may have reached or even exceeded 200,000, as cancer and other long-term effects took hold. To Truman this was a violent, but necessary act to end World War II and ensure all Americans could happily enjoy their Sunday barbecues.
This is an interactive graphic design artwork. Visitors are allowed to peel off any sticker they like from the work. Each sticker has an icon on it that represents a material product in our daily life. Under the instruction of the title “Take Away What You Like”, visitors will pull away one small icon after another until all the icons are gone and leavebehind them only a blank piece of paper. That will be exactly what I want to say– when people greedily and unrestrictedly keep taking away what they want, the end of it will probably be that nothing remains.