Patrick Lichty

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In dispersed acinar cells prepared from guinea pig pancreas, cellular uptake of 45Ca was moderately rapid and reached a steady state by 60 min. At the steady state, 69% of total cellular 45Ca was membrane-bound. In acinar cells preloaded with 45Ca and then incubated with COOH-terminal octapeptide of cholecystokinin (CCK-OP) or carbamylcholine, total(More)
Contemporary Technologies in art are available from the 1960’s. Virtual Fluxus is the result of more than a decade of digital practice events, which give a definition of the online world. This article on Virtual Fluxus discusses the paradoxes of the Virtual in Contemporary Art. It starts its discussion with a citation from Al Hansen, as: “Fluxus is a(More)
The ongoing Made In China series takes a historical event from art history and combines it with elements of networked society and globalization. Made in China was created as art objects suitable for the gallery and museum industry, which has as part of its funding base corporate officers guilty of global outsourcing and resultant wage deflation. This series(More)
ARTIST STATEMENT To the computer, there is seldom a qualitative judgment of the information it processes or contains. Its function is to store and process information. With the use of computer technology, data are encoded into various patterns for reading by scanners and bar code readers that are completely opaque to the human reader and human valuation.(More)
From ARToolkit's emergence in the 1990s to the emergence of augmented reality (AR) as an art medium in the 2010s, AR has developed as a number of evidential sites. As an extension of virtual media, it merges real-time pattern recognition with goggles (finally realizing William Gibson's sci-fi fantasy) or handheld devices. This creates a welding of real-time(More)
This paper proposes a set of ideas behind physical<lb>interfaces that provide us with the ability to express<lb>abstract concepts in the hybrid of virtual and physical<lb>worlds. It considers the types of communication that<lb>may arise as a result from the linking of body and<lb>mind, and it debates the use of stimulus in the com-<lb>munication with other(More)