Pic #830

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A Bill Miller @ Monday, October 31st 2011, 4:51 PM
the multi-colored vertical stripes anchor the left of the composition and then break into a sort of dithered pattern. this is then followed by thin vertical stripes that break up into chunky repetitive blocks reminiscent if a glitch. The vertical 'layer' is woven into a soft yellow mist. Behind all of this is a broken layer of horizontal yellow stripes.

But the most intriguing aspect of the work is the angular grid form in the lower left. This is because it shifts the pixel grid of vertical/horizontal but isn't indicative of linear perspective. Instead it describes a digital space that is a translation if its normal orientation. Because it is a subtle inclusion in a larger space, the viewer sees a landscape that is shifting in dimension and occupies a time. The landscape is both surreal and virtual - an example of how one might see a purely digital environment - conforming to and violating our perception of ordered data.

or something vapid
Flavio Scutti - [Homepage] @ Monday, October 31st 2011, 4:57 PM
paul @ Tuesday, November 1st 2011, 7:34 AM
Bruce Price @ Tuesday, November 1st 2011, 8:46 PM
It looks like piece of indeterminate ornamentation. Who wouldn't want a lovely frieze like this in a chic second life get away.

Or a key card with a rubber handle.

I like that all the drawings here look like what they are.