— Michael Wolfindale (@mwolfindale) January 31, 2020
Follow the link to enter the exhibition – you have the choice to explore without guidance or text (by using the keyboard and mouse to move around), or by clicking the “play” button to take a guided tour.
There is a little audio at points, but it can be viewed without audio so feel free to switch it off if you wish.
If you have any problems accessing the exhibition directly at artsteps, here is a video preview showing the guided tour:
Credits can be viewed by clicking on the individual images within the exhibition.
In my current series I am combining my previously quite separate practices of collage and painting. I heavily edit my analog collages in Photoshop until the digital modifications are very obvious. Although the finished product is created solely through traditional oil painting techniques, the end result shows evidence of every step of the process, the original collage, the digital manipulation, and the final unifying physicality of the painted surface.
Slippingglimpse exemplifies how distributed cognition is being imagined and instantiated in contemporary electronic literature.
slippingglimpse is a verbal-visual collaboration between a poet, programmer, and videographer. Each of the ten parts consists of a video of moving water associated with a poetic text that can be conventionally read in split-screen format as it scrolls upwards.