March 2011 Blog Posts (4)

Three or four hours or whatever

For instance – ”three or four hours” or maybe even more? The idea is to do something, call it a slideshow or whatever, where as a comparison an oil canvas and it never dries up completely, so that from early morning till late in the night, sometimes there is a somewhat different panting coming out? Or in fact, in case you get my point, with a computer, paint in transition so to speak.

Added by Peter Petersen on March 19, 2011 at 2:36pm — No Comments

Surround Me with Visions

Immersive visual imagery underpins contemporary virtual reality experiences such as the Holographic pop concerts of Hatsune Miku.  This post looks at historical instances of the visual surround - from Egyption tombs to Medieval and Early Renaissance Italian frescos commissioned by the Franciscan Catholic order.

The Franciscans’ preoccupation…

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Added by Glennis McGregor on March 6, 2011 at 11:02am — 1 Comment

Analogue is the new Digital - Project Abstract

The piece of work which I am submitting was initially created as part of my final project for my MA in Fine Art.  It is a projection-based installation incorporating digital photographs of fresh flowers projected onto a sea of drying and decaying blooms into a space which the spectator can explore and interact with.  The installation incorporated a prototype of a motion-based software program which would change the image according to the movement within the space.  The mechanics of this were…

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Added by Jo Mills on March 4, 2011 at 8:52am — No Comments

Artist Statement

As an artist, I am fascinated by the worlds of the real and the unreal, and the places in which they meet and overlap. This can be represented by objects     such as the mirror, which can be interpreted both literally and as portals to another dimension, the ‘mirror world’ where nothing is as it seems, but where nothing in this world can exist without its polar opposite – light and dark, tragedy and beauty, creation and devastation. 

My own practice stems from this, as I aim to create…

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Added by Jo Mills on March 4, 2011 at 8:29am — No Comments

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