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Currently on display at the Vertexlist gallery in Brooklyn through April 22 is the “Random Access Poetics” exhibition, which includes a series of iPod sculptures by the artist [dNASAb]. According to the gallery’s write-up, the sculptures are “continuously looping, wall hanging, painted audio/video sculptures. The sculpture […]

iPod SculptureCurrently on display at the Vertexlist gallery in Brooklyn through April 22 is the “Random Access Poetics” exhibition, which includes a series of iPod sculptures by the artist [dNASAb].

According to the gallery’s write-up, the sculptures are “continuously looping, wall hanging, painted audio/video sculptures. The sculpture actually provides the energy, and audio components to make the I-Pod have a life and voice, It is a symbiotic relationship. Each iPod has its own unique custom video and video playlists relating to the sculptural elements.”

A gallery of the sculptures can be seen at the artist’s web site and Reuters has produced a video report in which the artist details his techniques: iPods elevated to pop art

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  3. my God, i thought you were going to chip in with some decisive insght at the end there, not leave it with ‘we leave it to you to decide’.

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