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Test pattern

At this point it consists of seven colours across four physical layers

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I suppose I could also call this series ‘looking around corners’, order then the multiple perspective portraitures ‘looking from corners’ and the procedural/generative abstractions ‘looking at corners’ – then the show can be something like ‘the corners of Quiddity’

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I suppose I could also call this series ‘looking around corners’, order then the multiple perspective portraitures ‘looking from corners’ and the procedural/generative abstractions ‘looking at corners’ – then the show can be something like ‘the corners of Quiddity’

8 Broadcast Journalism students as subjects. Each photgraphed from 5 diferent angles, viagra
the images superimposed, tadalafil re-aligned on facial features and finally averaged into a single image.

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Quiddity: Exhibition Concept Proposal (Working Draft)

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Quiddity: being is not an exact thing

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For the first solo exhibition of pieces by André SC in November 2006, traumatologist or there about.

Artists statement:

My intentions involve exploring relationships, search between figments of recognition and interpretation, decease through abstraction and resemblance, both reductive and transcendent, in technological culture.

I translate this intention digitally into aesthetic artefacts/’pieces’ through:

  • Portraiture & Locationality: facial portraits and landscapes, young vs. mature, affluent vs. poor, urban vs. rural. studies using multiple perspective digital photo-composite techniques
  • Lessons in Obsolescence: instruments that evoke associations of past technological progress and the fragile nature of human expression, subjected to manual advance scanner manipulation techniques [?related to/influenced by Compressionism (Footnote 1) ]
  • Scapes: post-painterly-digital-abstractions (partially based on generative techniques and user-centred IT/interface design themes) partially transposed into physical/tactile form.

When programming stops being linear it becomes design.

When design stops being subservient it becomes art.

What is the digital equivalent of lovely? He wondered. What are the digits that encode beauty, the number-fingers that enclose, transform, transmit, decode, and somehow, in the process, fail to trap or choke the soul of it? Not because of the technology but in spite of it, beauty, that ghost, that treasure, passes undiminished through the new machines.
— Salman Rushdie

Sample works etc.