This was a bit of a throwaway experiment – it does not actually exist (in this form) on paper – but I learned some things from putting this together that I hope will be useful for future projects.
There is a Gabriel Orozco exhibition at the Marian Goodman gallery from November 5 to December 21. Should be worth checking out. I am particularly interested in his artworks involving circles placed on acetate and would like to see them up close.
After seeing this .gif image by Skip Dolphin Hursch, I was reminded of some very basic/preliminary experiments I had done with .gif files a long time back. I pulled out an old hard drive and was happy to be able to discover those files were still in existence. Based on the file dates I’m finding in the directories, these were created sometime around or before March/April 2006.
It’s been so long since I’ve done these, I would have to relearn the process all over again. I’m not exactly sure what programs I used to create them – though I know the drawings were initially done on paper and then scanned.