Video Project - The Liquified Paintings of Claude Monet

Recently I've been spending a fair amount of time researching generative art processes. One of the products of this research was a video I created using Processing. It is a generative animation of six of Monet's paintings.  You can read see the video and read more about it at  Liquified Paintings of Claude Monet Video

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Comment by Jim Plaxco on February 1, 2015 at 11:37am

Hi Cynthia,

Ouch, the last time I checked in here was when I posted that video so here is a response to you 6 months late. My intent was to demonstrate how the generative process could alter an existing work of art. To me the demonstration was more effective using artworks that people would more likely be familiar with.

Comment by Cynthia Beth Rubin on July 13, 2014 at 8:20pm

Thanks for sharing.  The video itself is interesting - but I also find the question of interacting with the work of a dead artist to be philosophically intriguing. Do artists carry the work forward into the aesthetic of the next century when they build on the work of other artists? Or is this just a great way to jump-start your work by starting with a composition that is already "working?"  Both approaches are totally legitimate - just an interesting discussion from my point of view

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