for me 2019-08

FOR ME 2019-08

  • 2019
  • a virtual exhibition in an online print space
FOR ME 2019-08-29 © REVAD David Riley
FOR ME 2019-08-29 © REVAD David Riley

A screen grab showing the home page of this virtual exhibition of open edition prints. A snapshot as-of 2019-08-29. As I write there are thirty outcomes available to print and two advertising related cards. There is also a discount code which can be used to obtain a substantial discount (while it remains operative). The size and substrate is entirely your choice, but I do recommend the metal print option for all of these outcomes, and the larger the better. As ever, my current print partner web site can be reached via the forwarding URL: http://print.revad.com. If you don’t want to buy, you can still enjoy the view!

square spiral stream

SQUARE SPIRAL STREAM

  • 2019
  • A screen based generative installation.
SQUARE SPIRAL STREAM © REVAD David Riley
SQUARE SPIRAL STREAM © REVAD David Riley
SQUARE SPIRAL STREAM © REVAD David Riley
SQUARE SPIRAL STREAM © REVAD David Riley

 

A variation on the SQUARE SPIRAL STREAM (*), made as a pure Processing sketch. ”SQUARE’ as in the lines are drawn at a right angle to the previous line. So, rectangular in this 16 x 9 HDTV format installation. Each spiral is a single colour chosen at random. Each line is a random width (within predefined limits). Spirals are continuously drawn from the same point of origin. This random construction process is continuous making each view a new experience.

A stand-alone kinetic art display installation. Now mounted with a mobile stand. A RPI3B+, Samsung 43 inch HD TV, Processing, powered by two TV USB ports. Auto boots into the sketch. A plug and play mobile exhibition setup. Awaiting opportunity. Free standing, only needs a convenient single mains socket. Turn on at opening time. Turn off at closing time. No other intervention required.

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

REVAD.COM © REVAD David Riley

twister

TWISTER

  • 2019
  • A screen based generative coding installation.
TWISTER © REVAD David Riley
TWISTER © REVAD David Riley
TWISTER © REVAD David Riley
TWISTER © REVAD David Riley

A variation on the RADICAL SPIRAL STREAM (*), made as a pure Processing sketch. Each spiral is constructed of discreet ellipses drawn in a spiral. Each ellipse is randomly equal in size to the previous ellipse or fractionally larger or smaller. Each spiral is made from a single randomly selected colour. Each spiral is drawn from the same point of origin. This random construction process is continuous making each view a new experience.

A stand-alone kinetic art display installation. Now mounted with a mobile stand. A RPI3B+, Samsung 43 inch HD TV, Processing, powered by two TV USB ports. Auto boots into the sketch. A plug and play mobile exhibition setup. Awaiting opportunity. Free standing, only needs a convenient single mains socket. Turn on at opening time. Turn off at closing time. No other intervention required.

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

REVAD.COM © REVAD David Riley

 

 

love life noise shift

LOVE LIFE NOISE SHIFT

  • 2018
  • Digital reconfiguration diptych.
  • PRINT
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

  • 2018
  • PRINT

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