Tomorrow is the day! Starting at 7pm, come listen to interesting music and see my process art drawings that draw upon the concepts of graph theory. Check out the link below to see the process in action: a time-lapse video of fifteen process drawings performed for the New Gallery Concert Series at the Cambridge Art
One of the pieces in my show “A Difference of 8 Protons” up at Bromfield Gallery through the month of March is an ephemeral installation piece involving dry ice and glass. As a record of the piece, I have taken time-lapse videos of the installation at a few different angles and have them up in
Just in time for Turkey Day, two more composites from my Hyannis commute. Monday’s I shot from the back window, so it features the heating elements on the glass. In order, going, returning, combined: Today I tried to beat holiday traffic by leaving a little earlier, so the going composite has a lot of sunglare
This week I just went for a straight-ahead approach, and didn’t change the camera orientation between trips. This enabled me to get going, returning, and complete commute composites. Monday: An interesting effect to notice, because we’re back on Standard Time, the returning commute is now shifted substantially toward sunset, so the colors are much redder.
I finally got back to the gallery yesterday, but I was at the Bow & Arrow Press for Open Press Night afterward, so I didn’t get to process things until now. A big portion of yesterday’s work was 100 Random Pixel time-lapse videos, which I present here: Time-Lapse 09 uses the same rules as the
Today started off, oddly enough, as something of a clean-up day. I moved the trash bags I’m using as floor protectors for the wet projects, I shifted a bunch of the loose cubes over to where the river production area was, I cleaned up the pixel dice construction site, and collected boxes in one area
Interesting stuff today. I was hoping to have images of all three pixel rivers done, but the Mississippi is being difficult and I needed to re-glue several tributaries, this time using clamps. I should have been using clamps the entire time! But anyway, other stuff still got done. I finished all nine of the Random
At long last, the skygrid is done. A year ago, I started the process to capture an image of the zenith sky every two minutes from 4 in the morning until 9 at night. Today the Sun crossed back into the sky of the Northern Hemisphere, and the camera on my porch took the last
This marks the second-to-last skygrid of the year… the equinox is coming swiftly, and the entire year will be complete on March 20th. Click to embiggen:
Another skygrid goes up. The hourglass shape is really starting to develop. Only about 45 more days left until the equinox.