As with any real world exhibition, there are many ways to view an online exhibition. Each viewer can create their own perspective. Here I have created a perspective focused upon WEEKDAYs only. This makes for an interesting panoramic record of (part of) the installation.

Of course, having filtered the exhibition once, it is possible to do so again. This time, I have focused on just the WEEKEND.

ALL of these views were created by taking screenshots on an iPad Pro tablet. Use a different device and you may well get a different perspective. Try viewing via a PC browser and you will see a different (wider) spaced layout.

The original installation can (as I write) be viewed via:

INSTAGRAM.REVAD.COM

But, everything is transient.


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On this final day, the top nine squares show another outcome from the transient wall drawing series NUCLE… This outcome is titled: NUCLE… (GREEN). As with the other series outcomes, the materials used include: layered layout paper, masking tape, marker pen ink, and projected light. Plus a tweak in processing the record image (equalisation filter).

For all seven days, the bottom three squares show a repeat of a digital extrusion. Today this is titled: T U E –  TAPE.

So, another dozen Instagram posts for this installation.

The original installation can (as I write) be viewed via:

INSTAGRAM.REVAD.COM

But, everything is transient


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Today, the top nine squares display a transient wall drawing installation. Materials: layered layout paper, marker pen ink, masking tape and projected light. The idea here was to fill a ten by ten grid with a sentence describing the enquiry (with the punctuation and spaces ignored). There was also so play between positive and negative space. A number of outcomes were recorded. I gave this series the title: IWASLOOKIN…

For all seven days, the bottom three squares show a repeat of a digital extrusion. Today this is titled: M O N –  TAPE.

So, another dozen Instagram posts for this installation.

The original installation can (as I write) be viewed via:

INSTAGRAM.REVAD.COM

But, everything is transient


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Today, the top nine squares show one of many transient states of a transient wall drawing. Materials are: layered layout paper, marker pen ink, masking tape, and projected light. Each wall drawing stage has been recorded using a fixed position Raspberry Pi network connected camera. The idea has been recorded as a long series of potential outcomes, some processed and others not. This single state outcome is titled: NUCLE (WHITE CIRCLE).

For all seven days, the bottom three squares show a repeat of a digital extrusion. Today this is titled: S U N –  TAPE.

So, another dozen Instagram posts for this installation.

The original installation can (as I write) be viewed via:

INSTAGRAM.REVAD.COM

But, everything is transient


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The top nine squares of the grid show a reworking of my 2012 Stringing Words series. For this outcome, I flipped the idea. In the original series, I started with a word and strung the letters across the frame to generate a shape. In this series, I started with a shape (or shapes) and collected the letters used to make them. I then mixed in some geometric projected light and tweaked the final photograph to create my idea of the installation space.

This has the ‘catchy’ title:  AGAGA & ZTZTZ & LIGHT CIRCLE & EQUALISATION – STRINGING WORDS

For all seven days, the bottom three squares show a repeat of a digital extrusion. Today this is titled S A T –  TAPE.

So, another dozen Instagram posts for this installation.

The original installation can (as I write) be viewed via:

INSTAGRAM.REVAD.COM

But, everything is transient


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