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nyethompson

United Kingdom United Kingdom

Artist turned software designer turned artist again.

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Articles

1 month ago

CKRBT A new art show by Nye Thompson

Machines are watching and interpreting images that are captured by algorithms operating other machines that are seemingly watching the world on our behalf.

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Final weeks of 'humansbeingdigital' digital art exhibition

As The Lowry's landmark digital art exhibition 'humansbeingdigital' enters its final weeks, we reflect on the show and its impact.

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Internet of Things

1 year ago

Can art help us think harder about technology?

Artist and regular DesignSpark blogger Nye Thompson discusses how she uses her art to explore and highlight real-life technology issues.

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Internet of Things

1 year ago

Art and technology

How are contemporary artists using and addressing technology in their work? Artist and DesignSpark blogger Nye Thompson provides a window into the fertile space where these two worlds collide.

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Internet of Things

1 year ago

"Looking after things" documenting a world under surveillance

Artist Nye Thompson talks about the vulnerability of the IoT and the development of her surveillance imagery art project “Backdoored”.

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Internet of Things

2 years ago

Internet of Needy Things - A foray into responsive sculpture

An art project I've been working with the idea of an Internet of Needy Things. Art objects needing that most precious resource - your attention.

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Painting with light using Bare Conductive paint

I am an artist and love to experiment with new materials and technologies in my artwork. I've been playing with Bare Conductive paint for quite a while now. It's very handy for a lightweight cold solder and of course for painting circuits onto my work. I love LEDs and use them a lot and the paint gives me an easy non-bulky way to 'wire' them up in locations where real wire would look too conspicuous.

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Raspberry Pi

3 years ago

Using RaPi for video display within a sculpture

I am an artist, and over the last few years I have been using technology within my artwork. In this piece I used a Raspberry Pi installed with Chromium and opened my specially prepared and screen-sized gif for use in a sculpture.

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Articles

4 years ago

The Museum of the Shared Now - an interactive art project

A few months ago I was given an art award to create an exhibition this October.

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Raspberry Pi

4 years ago

SLURP! Putting on an art installation using Raspberry Pi

Earlier this year I was offered the opportunity to put on an Electronic Art installation in an amazing space - the old ice wells under the London Canal Museum.

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Arduino

5 years ago

The ghost in the machine - making art with Arduino

I am an artist, and I work a lot with e-waste. This project includes a proximity sensor created with conductive paint and Arduino. When a viewer gets close it triggers lights and and turns the old PC fan on.

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Internet of Things

3 years ago

Internet of Needy Things - A foray into responsive sculpture

An art project I've been working with the idea of an Internet of Needy Things. Art objects needing that most precious resource - your attention.

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