“Immaterials: light painting WiFi film” by Timo Arnall, Jørn Knutsen and Einar Sneve Martinussen (2011)

Digital Art,Instrument,Reference,Scientific,Uncategorized,Visual — MattSandler Sandler @ 5:12 pm


A simple concept executed beautifully to illustrate something otherwise hidden.


“ojo” by Briccolage (2014)

Artists,Reference — MattSandler Sandler @ 4:57 pm



An immersive narrative where the participants go on a journey of sights(and lack thereof), sounds, smells, and guided experience .



“whorl” by Craig Fahner (2010)

Audio,Digital Art,Hardware,Reference,Scientific,Sensors,Visual — MattSandler Sandler @ 4:31 pm

Using a speaker and salt patterns emerge organically from tones.

Enchanted Object: “Tears For My Pillow” by Matt Sandler and Claire Sophie (2014)

1_Enchanted Object,Assignment,Hardware,Python,Sensors — MattSandler Sandler @ 6:21 pm

TEARS ON MY PILLOW from Claire Sophie on Vimeo.



 Tears on my pillow 1

Tears on my pillow 2

A man goes to see a doctor. Doctor asks what seems to be the trouble. The man says, “Doc, I’m depressed. Simply, I can’t sleep sometimes, I can’t eat, I feel down and irritable most days. I just can’t feel ‘happy.'”

The Doctor says, “I’ve got the perfect fix for you. In town tonight is the great clown Pagliacci. He’s hysterically funny and will make you laugh till you cry. You will experience a joy unprecedented.”

The man bursts into tears. The doctor, confused asks why. “Doc, I am Pagliacci.”


Electronic instruments allow for a unparalleled level of potency.

However, their power is often is misguided and lost within layers and layers of application.

Tools that were created to connect users, often cause users to craft an image that strain the rift of disconnect, spiraling into depression.

Our product simplifies the cluttered process and allows users to cry into a pillow to directly support an unfeeling avatar.

Hopefully this candid approach can serve either as an apt metaphor for a lost generation, or a wake up call to end the self-fueling fire of emotional detachment and sadness.



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