Mycelium was one of my favorites. I think the main reason I like this exhibition is because it deals with some sort of photography. I'm just perplexed on how the code was written to draw lines of white that "eat" up the lighter parts of the image and yet not cross over its own line at the same time. If its possible I would like to do some sort of photo manipulation like Mycelium for a future project.
My other favorite was the fine collection of curious sound objects. I had no idea what to expect for this one. I just saw the thumbnail with the German guy holding the speaker box with a hand crank. I thought it was sweet how he used live recordings with the objects as microphones and then interacting with them so the can regurgitate the sound in an altered way. He used a gyroscope for the bucket and some sort of device that manipulates a stylus needle from a record player.