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Smiling in the Grey Light, 2014

This video artwork is a unique documentation – a “capture” from one of my Colour Fields series of code-driven, continuous Flash animations. These animations are akin to performances using video, still image and ActionScript3 code to manipulate the visual content in real-time. The animations play forever: constantly changing layers, blends and movement never display the…

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Prism Pipe – Dog is in the Machine

London Calling 014

My video documentation of code-driven performed animation “Smiling in the Grey Light” 2014, showing at the London Calling 014 exhibition in London as part of the Frieze Art Fair. http://www.factory-art.com/londoncalling014/catalog.php     Smiing in the Grey Light, 2014 (still image of code-driven animation)          

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Bad Print, 2014 (code-driven animation)

Still image captures (documentations of performance) for new code-driven animations recently developed… Bad Print, 2014 Click here for link to the Flash animation: http://www.blackaeonium.net/colourfields/bad print.html This piece is a code-driven artwork using video and still image to create a performed animation which can run endlessly and never plays the same way twice.

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Always Run Back, 2014 (code-driven animation)

Still image captures (documentations of performance) for new code-driven animations recently developed… Always Run Back, 2014 Click here for link to the Flash animation: http://www.blackaeonium.net/colourfields/alwaysrunback.html This piece is a code-driven artwork using video and still image to create a performed animation which can run endlessly and never plays the same way twice.

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Three Ghosts, 2014 (recent work – code-driven animation)

Still image captures (documentations of performance) for new code-driven animations recently developed… Three Ghosts, 2014 Click here for link to the Flash animation: http://www.blackaeonium.net/colourfields/threeghosts.html   This piece is a code-driven artwork using video and still image to create a performed animation which can run endlessly and never plays the same way twice.

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Virtual Exhibition – “Five”, Visual Art students 2012

here is one of three virtual exhibitions produced by my visual art students in the Context & Culture 4 subject 2012. http://www.3dvas.com/galleries/gallery.php?ex=5856 you will need the Unity 3D plugin to view the content:

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New collaborative work – Somebody Else’s Sisters

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