Projects»Keyword»"digi.mini"

Digital art with an essentialist approach, a thread I've been traversing since the 1990's. Wrote a bit about this topic alongside some of my art in an online magazine in 2006. I have a desire to explore tools whose surfaces have barely been scratched due to our habit of rushing headlong into the latest invention. Admitting an addiction to technology and gadgets yet not wanting to abandon them completely, I walk the middle path. From a pragmatic stance, the less you do with technology, the less future maintenance it will require - more archival, less burden, etc. From a design perspective this approach often 'works' simply because people are overwhelmed with consumption. Many have explored these realms of digital simplicity, and its a comfortable place.


2012
Neo-maxi-conceptualized website artwork built using a PHP framework

2011
A series made from photos taken in NYC with a mobile phone camera which were posted to my website.

2010
An archive of photos taken with a cheap mobile phone camera and posted to Facebook

2008
Found GIF animation, HTML transformed into a homepage splash protectant

2009
A trio of toy stoves electronically modified into a non-randomized slot machine

2009
Screen burning the empty desktop of a vintage Macintosh SE computer

2008
An electronically modified vintage toy microwave

2009
An electronic LED version of Donkey Kong programmed for the Meggy Jr hand-held game system

2008
A small vintage pattern generating television set

2008
A cluster of electronically modified 80's vintage toy microwaves

2008
An electronically modified toy oven

2004
A project that democratically curates an endless art show of found digital photography

2000
Electronic video game/toy/gadget museum which has been online since 2000

2008
A faint screen burn of simple geometric forms

2008
Screen burning a crashed Macintosh Classic II computer

2006
TV broadcast of minimized KISS information

2007
A long generated video of stuff

2007
Life without chance

2006
Video pattern loop using various randomly plotted space invaders

2006
Short text and artworks on the topic of Digital Minimalism

2005
An old monitor is phosphor burned yet the screen is saved

2005
A series of photos painstakingly printed through the online Walgreens Photo Center

2005
Generative realtime sound piece using loops of piano scales and arpeggios

2006
The contemplation of minimalist painting is outsourced to an old and wise computer

2004
Generative portraiture via NES video game system

2006
Perhaps the most ambitious software ever created