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Electrohype show in Malmö, Sweden

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Electrohype 2008 is an exhibition of compter-based artworks in Malmö, Sweden. From the writeup on Cool Hunting:

The fifth such exhibit in a decade, this year’s theme touches upon the rhythmic aesthetic of machines working toward a singular purpose. There promises a lot of whirring, buzzing with lights flashing in a way that seeks to challenge how we perceive time and space.

So for you Scandinavian makers out there, check it out!

Electrohype 2008

Through 25 January 2008

Drottninggatan 6A

212 11 Malmö

Sweden

Tel: +46 (0)40 18 26 90

2 thoughts on “Electrohype show in Malmö, Sweden

  1. What blew me away most at that show was not the slow-but-awesome cellular automaton printer, but the huge-ass Game of Life blinking wall.

    I had just turned a corner and was the only person in the room just standing and pointing. To an amateur game programmer, you can instantly recognize that pattern anywhere. (Patting myself on the back.)

    I tried to take some phone shots of it, but it was too bright.

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2 thoughts on “Electrohype show in Malmö, Sweden

  1. What blew me away most at that show was not the slow-but-awesome cellular automaton printer, but the huge-ass Game of Life blinking wall.

    I had just turned a corner and was the only person in the room just standing and pointing. To an amateur game programmer, you can instantly recognize that pattern anywhere. (Patting myself on the back.)

    I tried to take some phone shots of it, but it was too bright.

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