Touch.GL vs. failed memories

4 07 2013

cheng

Iam experimenting with touch.GL and Failed Memories. Here are the first results. What i really like, is the way how i can have direct acces to the  composition, i mean i can use my own fingers to place the image errors. In the code i used many random parameters, so these compositions  are all unique, there is no undo and option to create the same transformation again. This is why i think touch.gl is a good tool, because iam spending more and more time to work on the composition side.

twofriends_2

wayne and joseph

“this memory was captured in 1976 when wayne and joseph decided to remain friends for the rest of their life. Unfortunately Joseph became unstabile and decided to stop all the relations with the external world. This transformation shows, how his memory changed after this crisis. “

billysbadprofile

the story of billy

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Disturbed gradients

3 05 2013

gradient_1

Simple gradient studies. I have been experimenting with different methods, how to use a simple (2 components) gradient to generate more complex structures.

gradient_2

Please Click on this image to see the full size (there is a really disturbing vibration) and use the magnify.

gradient_5

Please Click on this image to see the full size (there is a really disturbing vibration) and use the magnify.

gradient_6

(this one is not vibrating)





Failed memories- digital collages and glitches

10 12 2012

mrandmrssanday

mr and mrs sanday

beautiful sunday with the sanday family. They were a young and solid pair, but the geometry of their feelings are changed a lot during the years.

I have been starting to rethink my concept with glitch art, and how i would continue to develop my works. I have been starting to create  pseudo narratives, based on old photos (most of them are unknown family photos), adding my different digital glitch processes. The basic idea is how to recode (decode) the meaning of the memory and how it can work together with my generated failure and pseudo narrativity.

storyofmrwolf

story of mr.wolf

one day mr wolf wrote down too much numbers. when his memory was decoded the same numbers somehow modified his fragments.
The question is how our memory works, when we see a picture (photo) we are able to remember to the details, but only for short period. In long term we  start to loose parts of the details and instead of these lost fragments we fill the gaps with our self generated memories, memory fragments. A bitsimilar how the video cards functioning (PBO, memory glitch).
alldogs

alldogs

Do All Dogs Go to Heaven? Will Our Pets Be With Us in Heaven?
This kind of digital images are not connected directly with the glitch art, or lets say the glitch (image error, artifact, failure) not on the focus. In this case i would consider this process as a “non orthodox” glitch process. Iam still using my own code and methods, but meantime i need to use an image editor to isolate the foregrounds and the backgrounds. If i see from this point i can get more options to play with the composition.
mrczettel

mrczettel

mr. czettel found his skin full with his own memory fragments. But his moustache is still clean. Thanks g.d.
But right now iam just improving my existing codes to be able to achieve more specific result with the compositions and iam searching for the optimal inputs (photos).
If you have any family photos which you would like to see as a failed memory of mine, please dont hesitate to send me here:
pixelnoizz at gmail.com
the full collection is here.
cucusisters

cucusisters

cu-cu sisters are sharing everything.




GIFS 4 LIFE

13 04 2012

 

GIFS 4 LIFE – a SPEEDSHOW put together by Nora O Murchú with Laura O Connell.

Tunes from Jimmy Penguin

GIFS 4 LIFE examines the differing aesthetic representations of the GIF image online.
Featuring work from the following artists:
BENJAMIN GAULON
CONSTANT DULLAART
EVAN ROTH
SARA LUDY
LORNA MILLS
EMILIO GOMARIZ
STERLING CRISPIN
UBERMORGEN
KIM ASENDORF
PIXELNOIZZ
SAMANTHA HARVEY
RAFAËL ROZENDAAL
NICOLAS SASSOON
ANTHONY ANTONELLIS
DATASWITCH

The SPEED SHOW exhibition format: Hit an Internet-cafe, rent all computers they have and run a show on them for one night. All art works of the participating artists need to be on-line (not necessarily public) and are shown in a typical browser with standard plug-ins. Performance and life pieces may also use pre-installed communication programs (instant messaging, VOIP, video chat etc). Custom software (except browser add-ons) or off-line files are not permitted.

 

and a several animated samples:





Birds and others

24 01 2012

 

Half year ago i started to work with broken 3d forms and artifacts. I used many different parameters for the animation, and i got a random result, it was like a bird. After half year when a friend of mine mentioned this image i reworked that project and i started to generate directly birds. The animated versions you can see on my “anigif” site.

 

and a reindeer…

and a dead dog (not so optimistic closing image, sorry for that)

 

 

 





Abused Images

13 10 2011

I took part in the exhibition called “abuse images” in hungary. There are 5 prints and some animated gifs from my triangle experiments, mentioned earlier.

The concept is very interesting, because this exhibition is more like a photographic biennial , but none of the artists made any photo based image composition, most of them used different image corruption technics, lets call it failures.

My notion was to involve generative forms with artifacts.

click to see the animation.

and here is a video what i made with the same patch:

 





all made by triangles

12 09 2011

Iam preparing for an exhibition in Hungary at the end of September. I will show some digital prints and animated gifs. Basically its just a couple of triangles generating an artifact. In a certain setup this artifact is totally controllable and i was able to play with some more parameters. The result is more like an optical vision, but the artifact is enough deeply present to break the perfection of these images.

All are animated gifs, please click them:

 

and here is a video: