13. June 2013 08:22
Opening this Sat, 2pm at St Cornelius Chapel on Governor's Island
10. June 2013 14:34
Come meet the Internet Psychic (also known as Brad). He lives and works in Herald Square, Midtown, but will spend the Summer in St Cornelius Chapel on Governor's Island, as part of NYEAF. Come on out Saturday afternoon and learn your internet future
Saturday, June 15th
2pm - 5pm St.
Here he is in my apartment, photos in the church to come:
5. June 2013 23:15
Glitchometry piece I made in my new Glitchometry process, developed at Alfred's IEA. It uses larger files for more detail, and fewer steps, meaning the original symbol is more recognizable.
4. June 2013 16:46
More databent stripes (using delay and flanger):
3. June 2013 13:02
A couple weeks back I was up at Alfred, doing a residency to work on my Glitchometry series. Devin Henry wrote up the work and included some images from the week here.
3. June 2013 12:30
Another set of databent stripes from my time at Alfred. Like the other, this was created by applying sound effects (very long-period delay and flanger) to an image of black & white stripes. Second image is a close-up.
31. May 2013 09:42
I wrote a piece on the esolang Brainfuck for Media-N Journal (NMC), to explore my thoughts on programming languages as art and to serve as a gentle intro to the notorious language for people new to programming.
"Programming languages are perhaps the most direct conduit between human and machine: here our commands translate into machine instructions. Brainfuck, a programming language created in 1993, uses this process of translation to explore the breakdown of communication and expose how computers train us to think. It is an experiential piece rather than a practical tool to create working programs. This paper will explore what brainfuck tells us about our relationship with computers and how programming languages can function as immersive works."
29. May 2013 10:24
What you get when you apply delay and flanger effects to an image of black and white stripes. This is a very slooooow delay forming the longer curves.
And the image I started with:
13. May 2013 16:32
Psyched to have my Dither Study design on Anthony's credit card this month!