As Picasso said “Painting is just another way of keeping a diary.” So is my work and since I love and live among thousands of books, of course they’re my inspiration, my way of translating them on images frequently is at the origin of my works.
For this ongoing series of work, I combine popular algorithms with traditional romance novels.
Text is a technology. All technology is inevitably destined to become obsolete, superseded by an update.
Monkey girl meets Alligator Boy digitally superimposes real genetic and societal perceived abnormalities on a family in a seemingly “normal” wedding photo album book.
This book is inspired and structured by Invisible Cities of Italo Calvino (translated by William Weaver), the mesostics of John Cage, the galactic tides of Alar and Juri Toomre, the typography of Iliazd.
4 3 2 CRY brings together—satellite mapping, oil/gas mapping, digital photography, Wacom drawing, design, hand binding, and more to create the structural whole—an artist’s book”
Wordscapes is about connections, starlight, and cityscapes.
I make objects that function (but perhaps not as they should).
Losing Ground is a plea for awareness of our role as stewards of the environment.
In this work, output via digital printers and human hands, I consider code, early artisanship, old textual issues and current paradigm shifts – through poetry (lyrical and visual), attempting to make it speak to our time.
The Metamorphosis Log Books are an ongoing series of generative art based media installations and virtually published interactive media book works based on early 1800s Metamorphosis, movable panel “turn up” books.
In 2011 I was “diagnosed” with the BRCA1 genetic mutation. This image is one in a series to be printed large-scale on fabric as part of a walk-through interactive multimedia art installation titled “For Our Own Good: Genetic Surveillance and the Medical Maze of Miracles.”
This set of images are stills from a series of seven (six represented here) short digital animations based around the poem Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll.
Moments, events, or occurrences from common daily activities are recorded through sketches organized through the use of software, or Internet services. The stories are told graphically to show and emphasize pattern with its differences and similarities, or supported by text. Media: (digital and non-digital media and software used in process). Data Deluge © 2012 Rats […]
I Had A Little Husband freezes the moment when this artist imagines coding the page interactive.