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

 

 

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.

this ‘me’ of mine

THIS ‘ME’ OF MINE

This touring exhibition visited four venues in 2013/14. The This ‘Me’ of Mine web gives full details. Three of my outcomes were exhibited. Two in the first three venues and three in the fourth venue.

THIS 'ME' OF MINE © REVAD David Riley
THIS ‘ME’ OF MINE © REVAD David Riley

OUTCOMES

  1. Bar EP Blues (kinetatic); venues 1 to 4; a video presented in a digital photo-frame.
  2. Twitter Usernames Coded and Transcribed; venues 1 to 4; a printed office paper wall installation.
  3. Hello World (sans frame); venue 4; a steel hooks with bungee cord wall installation.

VENUES (all in England)

  1. A.P.T. Gallery, Deptford, London.
  2. Strange Cargo, Georges House Gallery, Folkstone.
  3. Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks, Kent.
  4. Art School Gallery, Colchester & Ipswich Museums, Ipswich.