Vault Unlocks A Future Path To Distribute Art & Music

[ad_1] Nigel Eccles, co-founder Vault (Photo by Sportsfile/Corbis/Sportsfile via Getty Images) Corbis/Sportsfile via Getty Images Nigel Eccles and Rob Jones, co-founders of Vault previously put together a little project known as FanDuel, so he knows something about building disruptive technology. He left at the end of 2017 to build what […]

Book Review: KIKANETSU: The Art of DaisukeRichard

[ad_1] This book was published in 2018 and the Japanese title is 気化熱 ダイスケリチャード作品集. KIKANETSU is the English for 気化熱 which according to translation means heat of vapourisation. If I’m not wrong, this seems to be the first artbook from Daisuke Richard (ダイスケリチャード), an artist based in Tokyo, Japan. SUISO […]

On Beauty | FineArtViews

[ad_1] A rainbow. A painting. A gaze. Beauty takes many forms.   Beauty makes you pause. It makes you take in. It makes you notice. All those are things that a lot of people don’t do nowadays. They don’t pause, they don’t take things in, they don’t notice. They rush, […]

Art Meets AI Algorithms | Columbia News

[ad_1] What was your career path to becoming an industrial engineer and a professor? I started as a Wall Street quantitative analyst instead of going for a postdoc. Years later, I became a hedge fund manager, and utilized pattern recognition and statistical signal processing techniques for spotting mispricing and statistical […]

MAKING A MARK: Fred Cuming 1930-2022

[ad_1] I was so sorry to see in the NEAC Newsletter that Fred Cuming died in June.  I very much recommend that anybody who admired his work takes a look at the Obituary about him on the gets on the NEAC – Remembering Fred Cuming (plus others below). His landscape paintings […]