Tommy Støckel's Art of Tomorrow, 2009

Laser Cut Phono Record

“Back In” from Laser is probably the first laser cut plexi phono record. A few weeks ago, Niklas Roy and Jari Suominen had the chance to use a laser cutter at timelab’s fablab. So they decided to make a record with 8 track loops.
They used a vector program to draw the actual record. With different line colours they could modulate the laser’s intensity. They also experimented with different depths of the groove within one loop like in track 6. Track 2 is something like a random noise experiment where the needle jumps in a different way over the grooves, each time the track is played. So every track has a different idea.
In the video, Jari explains the whole project and at the end you can listen to all 8 tracks.

Untitled (2007) - André Avelãs


We are fucking angry by Sebastian Errazuriz

chilean-born new york-based artist sebastian errazuriz seeks to create works which
provoke people to think about their lives and question their daily routines. He is obsessedwith the dichotomies of life and death, which is evident through his sculpture, public art work, consumer objects, furniture and fashion design.