Artist Maurice Mbikayi explores the effects of technology on identity and history, as well as how it has impacted Africa both positively and negatively. His art combines recycled materials such as old keyboard parts to telephone cords

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Artist Maurice Mbikayi explores the effects of technology on identity and history, as well as how it has impacted Africa both positively and negatively. His art combines recycled materials such as old keyboard parts to telephone cords

Enormous World Map Made from Recycled Computers by Susan Stockwell

Final Frame: Recycled Computer Parts World Map

Enormous World Map Made from Recycled Computers by Susan Stockwell

FOLLOW  Unicorn Glow   Instagram - @tunikatalks_  2nd pinterest- LilacCryBaby

FOLLOW Unicorn Glow Instagram - @tunikatalks_ 2nd pinterest- LilacCryBaby

Justin Maller nears halfway on Facets | Blog | Computer Arts magazine. Cool use of color to create dimension

Justin Maller nears halfway on Facets | Blog | Computer Arts magazine. Cool use of color to create dimension

Awesome artist builds cities with computer circuits

Awesome artist builds cities with computer circuits

Colour collage repinned from the3robbers, this is a nice style of organised collage where only small aspects of the image have been edited but this has created a huge effect as all the artist has done is add colour to certain aspects of the image. i chose this because most collages i see are made with different materials and not CAD with simple changes like this.

Colour collage repinned from the3robbers, this is a nice style of organised collage where only small aspects of the image have been edited but this has created a huge effect as all the artist has done is add colour to certain aspects of the image. i chose this because most collages i see are made with different materials and not CAD with simple changes like this.

Music made visible, by Matt Booth. He uses song data to create visual representations of the music. I love the ideas of reinterpreting sounds as visual art, and of using data to determine color and composition.

Music made visible, by Matt Booth. He uses song data to create visual representations of the music. I love the ideas of reinterpreting sounds as visual art, and of using data to determine color and composition.

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