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Monday, December 18, 2006

Imaging vs. tabling 

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From: "Rogi Riverstone"
Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2006 19:52:58 -0700
To: "[-=Grackle=-]"
Subject: Re: Excuse personal email

I'm thinking the mathematics, requisite precision and patience involved
in code art may be beyond some people's abilities or time limitations.
Hence, this interest in image manipulation: it gets done faster and
pretty. I guess.

If I were to do image art, I'd manipulate my own creations. Either I'd
take jpegs and post em online, or I'd use a computer software program,
create art from scratch and then manipulate it at IM.

I'm much more interested in taking raw code and creating something
completely virtual. Even though it's really hard, tedious work that's
prone to BAD mistakes.

The exhibit would involve video projections of code art pages, direct
off the net or videotaped for replay.

I have a video projector. We bought it, used, on eBay, for apx $250.oo.
We're watching "Finding Nemo" on it right now on a 3.5 x 5 -foot
The image could be even larger, if the projector were farther from the

You should see table and scope art on a screen that big! It's fabulous.

If it were an interactive exhibit, people could mouseover, click on
different pages, etc. It could be fabulous, I think.

It's modern, digital art. It deserves preservation and exhibition.

posted by Rogi  # 12/18/2006 09:34:00 AM
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