Painting and Singing Finger Martin uit den Bogaard

70 x 130 x 140 cm Finger, glass, a multimeter and a computer Courtesy of the artist Photo: Bas Czerwinski (2, 3)

Martin uit den Boogaard discovered that he could transform electric impulses from dead organic material into computer images. In his installations he makes use of the energy released during the process of decay. This is how, for example, a cephalopod, a finger and a kangaroo were able to sing and paint through a computer screen.

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