Norvz Austria channels abstract concepts of life that plague people and turns them into surreal works of digital art. These concepts include the constant passing of time, internal emptiness and the confusing array of paths a person can take in life. Norvz Austria illustrates these ideas through the use of clocks, doors and clouded picture frames.

Time-Destroying Digital Art

Tick tock goes the clock And what now shall we play ? Tick tock goes the clock Now summer’s gone away ? Tick tock goes the clock And what then shall we see ? Tick tock until the day That thou shalt marry me

Bang by Ai Weiwei at the Venice Biennale, 2013. Made from 886 antique stools. Photo: Alessandro Panuello.

Bang by Ai Weiwei at Venice Art Biennale 2013

Ai Weiwei Bang installation at the French Pavillion for the 2013 Venice Art Biennale

Human projection, could poss use this concept to map onto the naked body

In Order To Control by NOTA BENE Visual

interactive, participatory and informational _ designed for all ages _ creates a different environment in the gallery when the audience becomes part of the art work . NOTA BENE Visual In Order to Control “A text discussing about…"

PRINT:  Clock Face "Time" Mixed Media Drawing on Distressed, Dictionary Page

PRINT: Clock Face "Time" Mixed Media Drawing on Distressed, Dictionary Page~Kristy Patterson of Flying Shoes

beautiful portrait of a dancer....Nude: Photo Series by Shinichi Maruyama #photography #Motion #art

These photos are interesting. I think its a great way to capture movement of a dancer that would otherwise go unseen by the human eye beautiful portrait of a dancer.Nude: Photo Series by Shinichi Maruyama

http://www.romaincousin.fr/portfolio/motion-design-concours-mattrunks-living-colors.html

This is a wonderful Graphic Sequence example, at first it only a simple square then the designer develop it to an image. And each simple image continue a Wally image.

Peter Jansen. sculpture (running) - This 3D piece is also 4D in that it repeats an image over time.

Moving artwork: the kinetic sculptures of Peter Jansen

Runner (Human Emotions), 2007 by Peter Jansen on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

Blurring can be used to create the illusion of motion. Here the motion that the dancer took is clear due to the blurring from one poison to the next.

This image was shot using a slow shutter speed in order see the subject’s movement iconic in the movement color scheme. This image shows a dancer wearing red in a blurry movement.

I came across some delightful sculptures from artist Ryan Johnson that got me pretty excited. I'm very interested by these playful characters, full of dignified humor despite an almost laughably pathetic appearance. These guys remind me a little bit of Ed Kienholz's work too, which is

Ryan Johnson

Pedestrian Sculpture by Ryan Johnson The pedestrian crossing the street looks really cool because it looks like they took a photo. It looks like they took the photo because it looks blurry. This sculpture looks real.

Firewall: A Depth Sensitive Interactive Wall

Firewall is an interactive media installation created in collaboration with Mike Allison. A stretched sheet of spandex acts as a membrane interface sensitive to depth that people can push into and create fire-like visuals and expressively play music.

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