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The flux creates, the body profligates. In the synaptic space, art objects are deprecations of the imaginations of the flux -- a flux that uses the body as an organism to deconstruct ideas, patterns, and emotions. With the evolution of the electronic environment, the flux is approaching a point where it will be free from the body to consume immersions into the ejaculations of the delphic space. Work of Post-Art in the Age of Generative Reproduction contains 10 minimal java engines (also refered to as "AI modules") that enable the user to make round audio/visual compositions.
measuring chains, constructing realities
putting into place forms
a matrix of illusion and disillusion
a strange attracting force
so that a seduced reality will be able to spontaneously feed on it
Gavin Fiorina's work investigates the nuances of modulations through the use of slow motion and close-ups which emphasize the Generative nature of digital media. Fiorina explores abstract and fragile scenery as motifs to describe the idea of infinite space.
"It's difficult to enter into this work because of how the reductive quality of the negative space makes resonant the essentially transitional composition."Using transparent loops, vectors, and allegorical images as patterns, Fiorina creates meditative environments which suggest the expansion of space...
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Tuesday, February 1
|Willem de Kooning; Woman 1965|
An image. Hung in a well lit room. There are many reproductions. Of the original there is only one. The artist spent months, years, or maybe hours to physically make the piece. A lifetime to conceive it. It beckoned him to place his brush upon the canvas. When he did make pass at it, there were moments of pure pleasure and others of great pain. Maybe more of one than the other. As frustrating as it was he sought to see his way through. The proof is in the paint.
Monday, January 31
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These blocks, or some like it, may have been many young children's first explorations in design. This is essentially a box of triangles, with only six colors. A far cry from the design tools I use today. Yet even with its limitations one can imagine infinite possibilities.
A paradox; something so basic with limitless iterations.