Experimental fun using data bending, remix processes, hacking and an old typeface found in the public domain.
Been doing some ink jet printing experiments as well with the idea of single run off of each print. Perhaps its just for fun during the experimentation process. Lets see where it goes!
I would like to present to you below a new series of art history remixes and animated GIF mash-ups that I created for the 2019 CAA annual conference.
The conference is taking place in NYC this year (2/13 -2/17) and will be filled with amazing energy, great people, tons of events, talks, discussions, presentations, methods, tactics and so much more. Im super grateful for the opportunity to create and share the works! They will be shown as a large screen reel of videos looping endlessly at the opening reception & convocation on Wednesday, February 13th at 6pm. The event is free and open to the public! Im sure that several CUNY peoples will be in attendance. The event location and details on the reception are here – https://caa.confex.com/caa/2019/meetingapp.cgi/Session/3023
I thought of the NET-ART website here on the Commons right from the start of this project and intend on reaching out to several other CUNY faculty members about sharing and also expanding upon this project as a collaborative venture. Not only in the traditional pedagogical aspect (what ever that means), but also in the creative aspect of combing the two. What can we learn from re-mixing and mashing up history? Does personalizing and customizing foster a new way to learn about historical works of art? What if the process was as immediate as using a mobile app to create, upload and publish instantly?
The digital art works in this series below were created using adobe photoshop and after effects as well as iOS mobile applications Glitche’ and Imaengine. Can you name all of the art works and their titles?
Feel free to get in touch for more info – rseslow (at) york.cuny.edu
“The Existential Value of the Remix as an Idea”