Archive for the 'digital imaging' Category

motivation for making digital images

February 6, 2008

for source material check out the new york public library digital image archive here. an interesting project was posted on rhizome yesterday here. i also like this site-Digital Librarian: a librarian’s choice of the best of the Web. really cool…
if its nasa images that you want, then you can find them here. there are so many interesting tools that an artist can use to create digital images. today’s artist needs to be apprised of the current ubiquitous nature of digital technology. i.e.- we need to move out of the art world and engage everyday technologies with our work. re-tool, re-mix, re-purpose, re-invent, mash it up folks and let’s see what you got…
here is an interesting project that i found on networked performance. its certainly but is also a digital image project. which raises another issue about your digital images-why do you make them? who are they for? where do they live?


there is also a fantastic looking call for entries here.


digital artists handbook

January 30, 2008

this is impressive! brought to you by goto10 who i think did the puredyne release. students, read this asap!


krystof wodiczko

September 19, 2007

wodiczko (mit professor and artist) has done an unbelievable series of digital images and digital videos designed for outdoor projection on the exterior surfaces of monumental buildings. the image below is projected onto the hirshhorn museum and sculpture garden.



August 26, 2007

A photo-mosaic creator. You give it a model image and an image database, and it tries to build a mosaic looking like the model image by picking up the tiles in the database. The image database may be a simple folder, an iPhoto album, a sequence, a bunch of CD covers from iTunes, or a Delicious Library shelf. MozoDojo is free for personal use.


gary schneider: genetic self-portrait

August 26, 2007