The Cyberoptix TieLab joins All Purpose in L.A. to illustrate the concept of James Dean's 1955 car crash - "Whiplash" - intricate prints of auto part schematic illustrations repeated and mirrored into complex, twisted patterns.
Brian Jung exhibit featuring Aboriginal inspired sculptures created using recycled Nike Air Jordan shoes. Work addresses issues of "fetishization" of trainers and Aboriginal art, and the relationship between the First World and the Third.
Nymphenburg's Hidden Wealth dinnerware has a hand-painted pattern on the bottom. The set is sold with a glass-top steel table with a mirror beneath the serving surface, so everyone can see the pattern.
i love interactive art - i believe it'll become more prominent as computers become more powerful, and people get better at coding. anyway - camille utterback does it wonderfully. untitled 5, and text rain are my favorites.