Mindhue Studio

Printmaking, conceptual and installation art

Tag: GPS

GPS Drawing Project 2013

As part of my artist grant from the Somerville Arts Council, I needed to do a project that involves the community of Somerville. Over the last couple of weeks I went to the daycare Open Center for Children on Powderhouse Boulevard and again created a large-scale work with the help of the children there. We

Speaking of Random Walks… Random Walk in Vermont, Reworked

During my residency at the Vermont Studio Center in March of 2010 I did a random walk using my GPS and my camera to record the pathway. I had a 640×480 video up at Vimeo for a while, but that’s kinda small and I’d used a frame interpolation setting that really sucked. So, here’s the

Piece for “Invested Landscape”, Coming to the Nave Gallery Sep 7

Today I did my first GPS drawing in a couple of years. This time I traced—as near as I could—the boundaries of the City of Somerville on my bike. Here are two versions of the results: The magenta/yellow is the path I took on my bike. The white is the official boundaries of the city.

GPS Drawing Project

As part of my artist grant from the Somerville Arts Council, I need to do a project that involves the community of Somerville. Last week I went to the daycare Open Center for Children on Powderhouse Boulevard and created a large-scale work with the help of the children there. We went to a local park