A collaboration with Photoshop. I give the program an impossible task: to draw a solid color or gradient with a palette of incompatible colors, thus exposing the dithering algorithm's complex, seemingly irrational patterns. These are exhibited as large-scale prints, or on screen.
The Dither Studies were first exhibited at Devotion Gallery, reviewed in the Brooklyn Rail here, and exhibited on flip-flops at Higher Pictures.
They are a selection of the Rhizome ArtBase at the New Museum
They were also featured on Triangulation Blog and on Fast Company's Co.Design Blog