November 18, 2013

(De/Re)constructing Gerhard Richter (A Study): “Lesende (Reading)” (1994)

Using only a few lines of code, an image of  ”Lesende (Reading)” (1994) (source: http://nyogalleristny.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/gerhard-richter-reader.jpg) by Gerhard Richter is scanned from left to right, using a strip one pixel wide.  Each strip is repeated across the width of a single frame. The frames are then animated in sequence at 30 per second.

December 30, 2012

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Processing + JPGs

Cycling through values of bytes 0x37, 0x7E and 0x011D using sinusoidal functions.

April 22, 2012
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A study of dithering applied to time-varying analog video imagery.
A slowly fading gradient generated using an analog Sandin Image Processor is rendered as a low-resolution animation.  The color palette is derived from Suess’ Cat in the Hat. 
Inspired by Daniel Temkin’s Dither Studies

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A study of dithering applied to time-varying analog video imagery.

A slowly fading gradient generated using an analog Sandin Image Processor is rendered as a low-resolution animation.  The color palette is derived from Suess’ Cat in the Hat. 

Inspired by Daniel Temkin’s Dither Studies

April 15, 2012
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Animation made using a white JPG hex edited, replacing all “A0 02 8A 28” blocks with “DE AD DE AD”.

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Animation made using a white JPG hex edited, replacing all “A0 02 8A 28” blocks with “DE AD DE AD”.

April 3, 2012
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File Format Studies (JPG - word replacement)
Whole blocks of 4 8bit words were replaced throughout a 4000x3000px white JPG.  For this animation all A0 02 8A 28 blocks were replaced with DE AD FE ED.  The image was then opened in GIMP and frames for the animation were selected by scrolling through the file.
As pointed out earlier, this is a loose Gerhard Richter tribute… funny how his work predicts perfectly glitch visual aesthetics.

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File Format Studies (JPG - word replacement)

Whole blocks of 4 8bit words were replaced throughout a 4000x3000px white JPG.  For this animation all A0 02 8A 28 blocks were replaced with DE AD FE ED.  The image was then opened in GIMP and frames for the animation were selected by scrolling through the file.

As pointed out earlier, this is a loose Gerhard Richter tribute… funny how his work predicts perfectly glitch visual aesthetics.

March 2, 2012
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Dither Study 7

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Dither Study 7