Nonsense Lab
Alois Kronschlaegeruntitled silkscreen print

Alois Kronschlaeger
untitled silkscreen print

Wassily KandinskyTransverse Line1923oil on canvas141 x 202 cm

Wassily Kandinsky
Transverse Line
1923
oil on canvas
141 x 202 cm

Game of Life by John H. Conway, 1970

Game of Life by John H. Conway, 1970

Department of Biological Flow
Reflexive Mottle
2013
programmed analog process

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[1] Flip image horizontal.
[2] Downsize image by 1%.
[3] Repeat 10x.
[4] Flip image vertical.
[5] Downsize image by 1%.
[6] Repeat 10x.
[7] Flip image horizontal.
[8] Stretch image by 1%.
[9] Repeat 10x.
[10] Flip image vertical.
[11] Stretch image by 1%.
[12] Repeat 10x.
[13] Save image as new file.

(n=259)

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#MSPaint

Eusebio SempereMóvil1972stainless steel300 x 300 x 20 cm

Eusebio Sempere
Móvil
1972
stainless steel
300 x 300 x 20 cm

KolkozLuna Park2012Collins Park, Miami (USA)

Kolkoz
Luna Park
2012
Collins Park, Miami (USA)

Heather LewisPay-per-view2011(with coin in the meter)

Heather Lewis
Pay-per-view
2011
(with coin in the meter)

Steve McQueenPortrait as an Escapologist2006

Steve McQueen
Portrait as an Escapologist
2006

TRANSPARENT MIRROR, patent application by M.C. Frey, 1915:

"In carrying out the invention, I take a glass plate and cover one side with the usual silvering and backing; and then by graving, etching or in any other suitable way, remove a part of the silvering, preferably in a serles of close parallel lines, either running in one direction or crossed in the form of a screen or the silvering may be removed by a series of dots resembling those formed by a half tone screen, except that the dots should be rectangular instead of round to give the best results and that the aggregate silvered area shall exceed the aggregate removed or transparent area."

TRANSPARENT MIRROR, patent application by M.C. Frey, 1915:

"In carrying out the invention, I take a glass plate and cover one side with the usual silvering and backing; and then by graving, etching or in any other suitable way, remove a part of the silvering, preferably in a serles of close parallel lines, either running in one direction or crossed in the form of a screen or the silvering may be removed by a series of dots resembling those formed by a half tone screen, except that the dots should be rectangular instead of round to give the best results and that the aggregate silvered area shall exceed the aggregate removed or transparent area."

Stuart Williams
Luminous Earth Grid
1993
installation

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Luminous Earth Grid, an array of 1,680 energy-efficient fluorescent lamps, swept over an area equal to 8 football fields. Said the artist, ”I see the project as a poetic statement on the potential harmony between technology and nature.”