New Works by Peter Jellitsch

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Austrian artist Peter Jellitsch (previously) has updated his site with images of his fantastic science-inspired artworks. Jellitsch hand draws his beautiful interpretations of scientific data using just a pen and pencil onto paper. 

The updates include works from his Long Island City Documents, a project in which he used data provided by the SP Weather Station in Long Island City, Queens, New York. Also on the site are pieces from Bleecker Street Documents, an attempt by the artist to make visible the “invisible coating of a physical real-space” by the signals of a Wi-Fi network. The project involved recording WLAN signals in a Manhattan apartment over a period of 45 days, using a radio wave measuring instrument.

Link to the site.

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