Lambie in fast-forward: In anticipation of the opening of his exhibition Directions at the Hirshhorn this weekend, Scottish artist Jim Lambie (featured in our Painting at the Edge of the World in 2001) created one of his trademark floor works out of colored tape. See the museum’s time-lapse podcast of the installation. Via MAN.
Jimi Jam: The same kind of feedback Jimi Hendrix pioneered in his scorching guitar solos is at the heart of a new patent–for a bomb-jamming device. “A series of transmitters would create a self-sustaining bubble of radio frequency noise to prevent terrorists from sending a trigger signal to a hidden bomb.”
Axis of Angels: A Swarm of Angels is an interesting open-source film project: director Matt Hanson is trying to get 50,000 investors to buy in at 25 pounds a crack to help him make a film that’s distributed free, via Creative Commons license, on the internet to a million people. Aiming to “remix media,” the project is radical because it’s funded all online and its content will be shaped collaboratively. Via Protein Feed.