Curator Michelle Leonhart’s Crash the Planet installed today and opened tonight at Los Angeles hackerspace CRASH Space.
Hack the Planets, Michelle Leonhart, @tinwhiskerz
The universe is made of you and I and all the unencrypted data we sent over the network today.
Visuals curated by your devices. github.com/mleonhart/hacktheplanets
— Michelle Leohart
Perceptoscope: Hack the Gibson, Ben Sax
Experience flying through the Gibson mainframe as it’s under attack by hackers from around the globe.
Crash the Planet
From the website:
CRASH THE PLANET is an interdisciplinary exhibition of multimedia art and technology, featuring 30+ local Los Angeles artists.
sn1987a hydrozoan, matt pinner
pulling strings No. 8, Richard Busby
THE ART: Projection Mapping – Hack Art – Neon Sculpture – Photography – Digital Installation – Video Games – Glitch Art – Virtual Reality – Traditional Painting – Electronic Art – Sound Installation
THE ARTISTS: Adelle Lin – Alusion – bangsplat – Barb Noren – Ben Sax – Brian Higgins – carlynorama – cat whisperer – Duncan Malashock – Evelyn Masso – Flipbookit – Glenn IRS – Holly Hudson – Jacob Joaquin – Jay Jacobs – Joshua Kirsch – Justin
Corwin – Kalle Rakete – Kevin – Levi Simons – makecation – Mark Sharlow – Matt Pinner – mercurious – Michelle Leonhart – netmerc – Richard Busby – risknc – Sean Bonner – Steve Goldstein – the lawrax – todbot – Trammel Hudson
Rhombicosineondodecahedron, Joshua Kirsch