love life noise shift

LOVE LIFE NOISE SHIFT

LOVE LIFE NOISE ARTIST PROOFS © REVAD David Riley
LOVE LIFE NOISE ARTIST PROOFS © REVAD David Riley

Artist proof sample prints (self printed). A diptych of reconfigured outcomes. Reconfigured extensions to the idea behind the LOVE THE NOISE OF LIFE acrylic on shredded receipts on panel diptych. The reconfiguration process used extracts detail from the noise of the original paint and allows for a super sized zoom and a very large maximum 60 x 45 inch print. The metal print option is the one to go for!

nucle – black to white

NUCLE – BLACK TO WHITE

A gradient map adaptation of an original installation, constructed from a fusion of real and virtual components, mixing marker pen ink, on layered layout paper, with projected light. An outcome from the installation deconstruction phase. Recorded during an enquiry into ABSTRACT TEXT. Seeded by the text NUCLEAR FISSION SAVES LIVES.

NUCLE... BLACK TO WHITE © REVAD David Riley
NUCLE… BLACK TO WHITE © REVAD David Riley

nucle – white to black

NUCLE – WHITE TO BLACK

A gradient map adaptation of an original installation, constructed from a fusion of real and virtual components, mixing marker pen ink, on layered layout paper, with projected light. An outcome from the installation deconstruction phase. Recorded during an enquiry into ABSTRACT TEXT. Seeded by the text NUCLEAR FISSION SAVES LIVES.

NUCLE... WHITE TO BLACK © REVAD David Riley
NUCLE… WHITE TO BLACK © REVAD David Riley

nuclear fission

NUCLEAR FISSION

  • 2018
  • a transient multiple media drawing installation
NUCLEAR FISSION SAVES LIVES © 2019 REVAD David Riley
NUCLEAR FISSION SAVES LIVES © 2019 REVAD David Riley

A fusion of marker pen ink on layered layout paper, with masking tape and projected light. The original installation record, as you might have seen it, had you been there.

february 2019 review

FEBRUARY 2019 REVIEW

  • 2019
  • REVIEW
FEBRUARY 2019 REVIEW © 2019 REVAD David Riley
FEBRUARY 2019 REVIEW © 2019 REVAD David Riley

This month has seen more outcomes from my generative code enquiry. These outcomes have manifested themselves as social media posts on Instagram, a selection of large format prints at FOR YOU, and as kinetic virtual installations at REVAD.XYZ. I derived a MONOCHROME SPIRAL STREAM from the RADICAL SPIRAL STREAM. I started to explore a SQUARE SPIRAL STREAM, but there is much more to do in that direction. All the time, with the first signs of Spring, I have been encouraged to think ahead to how I might use the analogue studio this year. As is usual for me, I started out by looking back to what has been achieved in previous years, and specifically what happened last year. I am planning and looking forward to what might be achieved on the studio TRANSIENT INSTALLATION WALL in 2019.

This month’s photo montage hints at this mix of looking back and looking forward.

 

january 2019 review

JANUARY 2019 REVIEW

  • 2019
  • REVIEW
JANUARY 2019 REVIEW © REVAD David Riley
JANUARY 2019 REVIEW © REVAD David Riley

January this year has been mostly about writing code. Continuing an exploration of the Processing environment as a tool for making long series of coded outcomes. In the photo montage we have: two outcomes from the CONNECT 2 series, two outcomes from the RADICAL SPIRAL STREAM (RSS) series, one outcome from the SQUARE SPIRAL STREAM series, and yours truly with a studio projection from the online installation of a RSS. I say ‘a RSS’ and not ‘the RSS’ because each presentation of the RSS outcome is unique. Indeed each time an RSS is run it produces a unique stream.

So, if you click over to: http://revad.xyz/radical-spiral-stream.html and start your own stream, you will be the only person to ever experience that particular stream. Please screen capture a unique outcome and use it for your own – not for profit – use. Share your capture online and link it back to the source of the stream. I would love to see the samples from your stream. All of these lines of enquiry will continue beyond January.

Enjoy…

monochrome spiral stream

MONOCHROME SPIRAL STREAM

  • 2019
  • virtual online installation
MONOCHROME SPIRAL STREAM (1) © REVAD David Riley
MONOCHROME SPIRAL STREAM (1) © REVAD David Riley
MONOCHROME SPIRAL STREAM (2) © REVAD David Riley
MONOCHROME SPIRAL STREAM (2) © REVAD David Riley
MONOCHROME SPIRAL STREAM (3) © REVAD David Riley
MONOCHROME SPIRAL STREAM (3) © REVAD David Riley

The MONOCHROME SPIRAL STREAM is a kinetic sketch, made with the p5js javascript processing library. The stream is installed at: REVAD.XYZ, where you can experience your very own unique random stream of noisy monochrome spirals.