Here’s an update on my multilayer holographic composite project, with 26 new handwriting samples. As always, if you’d like to contribute, here are the directions.
Another iteration of the Multilayered Holographic Composite, with help from my Graphic Design intro class at NHIA: It’s starting to coalesce around the basic letterforms, although “Multilayered” is fuzzier than the other words because there’s a much larger spread of word lengths between different handwriting styles. If you’d like to be included, please, feel free!
An update on the Multilayered Holographic Composite, I’m up to 48 samples to average together. There’s a pig on one of them, and some starbursts on another, but it’s all grist for the mill:
Another composite project, and this one with an interactive component! I decided to do a composite of handwriting samples, and got my summer school class and the regular attendees at the Bow & Arrow’s Open Press Night to supply the first round. I prepared a standard sampling sheet and had everyone write “Multilayered Holographic Composite”
Another round in my pixel grid obsession, this time constructing aliased geometric forms out of physical pixels, i.e. 1″ wooden cubes. These represent various approximated circles in very-low-res manifestations.
A continuation of the digital audio portrait I mentioned last month, I have generated a piece I call Samples in Waveform. It consists of approximately 47,500 raw sample values taken from a 48KHz/16-bit recording of my name, printed out on 40 72″ x 36″ pages. Each sample value prints on the page at a vertical
Well, you never know what’s gonna jump out and hit you next. I started a project based on a 1-second recording of my name about two years ago. After some messing around with stuff, I decided I hated where it was going and set it aside. Well, about a week ago I started thinking about