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Painting I / Fall 2033

Computers have drastically improved the efficiency of modern man, but are there still areas where the “old way of doing things” is superior?  Indeed, there are schools of thought that hold that “true” visual art should be created only with “traditional” techniques, and that any digital interference invalidates the integrity of the image.  Painting I / Fall 2033 is a hybrid machine representing the intersection of painting and the digital age.  The viewer encounters a simple method of color selection and a blank “canvas,” and must project his/her own vision of the final painting onto the screen.

I popped off the keyboard keys with the end of a paintbrush.

Then I washed and primed them, and stuck them on blue tape (sticky side up) for painting.

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