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Impressions from the Community Show Opening Reception on June 17. 2016 So happy to see so many amazing pieces from artist friends in the area.
This painting is a collaborative art work by Karin & Shane Denson. It consists of an acrylic painting (24″ x 18″) and an AR digital-video overlay. Here’s how it works: The piece will be on display at the Carrack Modern Art from … Continue reading
The first two pictures from the opening of the Hyperrhiz exhibit at the Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University-Camden. Opening Reception October 15, 4-6pm. Six Data gnomes, data portraits, and other physical and augmented elements of Manifest Data, a project of … Continue reading
Finished my latest piece, “Post-Cinema: 24fps@44100Hz” (Acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 24″) The painting will have an animated, augmented reality overlay when scanned with a smartphone or similar device. It will be featured on the cover of Post-Cinema: Theorizing 21st-Century Film, … Continue reading
Six Data Gnomes, two Data Portraits, nine painted QR codes, and several 3D printed objects were sent to Rutgers University Camden. They will be part of the upcoming Hyperrhiz exhibition. More infos soon.
Part two of Shane‘s and my multimedia installation is finished 😉 Acrylic on canvas, 48″ x 36″