[NetBehaviour] JPG: residency proposal
szpako at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 4 12:37:38 CEST 2005
Yes - it sounds interesting - has my vote too.
Weren't there, though, still some folk lined up from
before the long silence? -Joseph, I think, and Alan (
and there could have been others too) . I think simply
in the interests of fairness those already voted for
should have first crack at a residency...
--- "][mez][" <netwurker at hotkey.net.au> wrote:
> got my attn + hence, vote.
> At 06:11 PM 4/07/2005, you wrote:
> >dear netbehaviourists
> >I would like to propose the following residency:
> >Joint Picture Generation (JPG)
> >the composite image challenge
> >netbehaviour residency proposal
> >rich white
> >a single .jpg which develops through list member
> >at the beginning of the residency i will post a
> .jpg to the list. this
> >image will be a drawing made from scratch using
> photoshop. it will be a
> >simple, abstract image made using just black and
> >list members are then invited to work on the
> drawing and post it back to
> >the list.
> >everyday i will add all list members additions to
> the image to create a
> >composite of all collaborations and then work on
> the image myself,
> >rearranging the imagery submitted but again only
> using black and white
> >to make marks.
> >i then post the update back to the list and the
> process begins again.
> >this continues for the duration of the residency (2
> >(this is similar to the 'vs' image battles that
> exist on the web except
> >for the fact that i will not be working a back and
> forth pattern (my
> >turn, your turn etc...), particularly because i
> anticipate having a
> >number of list members inputting simultaneously, i
> will just mix in new
> >posts as they happen.)
> >the few rules are as follows:
> >- only the resident is restricted to black and
> white. list members may
> >add any imagery.
> >- the image must remain the same dimensions in
> >- the image may be transfered to flash or other
> vector software,
> >photographed off the screen, anything list members
> can think of to
> >manipulate the image. but it must return to the
> list as a .jpg.
> >the purpose of the residency is to continually
> challenge me to disguise,
> >transform or hide recognisable imagery from the
> composite mix of those
> >submitted. I will try to create an image that does
> not remind the viewer
> >of anything - this is the composite image
> >after each image posting I would welcome
> suggestions as to what the
> >image reminds you of, and try and use these as
> guidelines for how (or
> >how not) to develop the piece.
> >the origins of this idea come from recent thoughts
> about digitally
> >created imagery; in particular drawing with a
> computer and using paint
> >software as a medium for drawing, and thinking
> about the validity of the
> >computer-made mark.
> >i would like to use this residency not only to
> challenge myself with the
> >task of drawing in this fashion, but also invite
> list members to submit
> >their interpretation of drawing, and through this
> interaction to
> >challenge me to make visual sense, through one
> image, of the multiple
> >ideas submitted.
> >The residency also reflects the broader aspects of
> my practice where I
> >am exploring ideas of creating works which have no
> context or basis in
> >our visual frame of reference. through this I am
> examining the processes
> >of originality and value, and the creation of
> belief in these ideas.
> >the end result of the residency will be a series of
> progressive images
> >charting the development of the work, along with
> information on
> >collaborators and the suggestions submitted.
> >I'll leave it in your hands.
> >rich white
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