Space, Color, and Motion

1/18/2008-4/06/2008
Alsdorf Gallery

Space ColorJames Paterson, Davey Jones Locker, 2005, DVD. Image courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery nyc.

Space, Color, and Motion presents time-based computer artworks by four artists exhibited in the exhibition Imaging by Numbers: A Historical View of the Computer Print — Jean-Pierre Hébert, Manfred Mohr, James Paterson, and C.E.B. Reas. These works explore computer-generated motion, an important aspect of computer art not featured in Imaging by Numbers.

For a time-lapse video sample of Jean-Pierre Hébert’s computer-sand tracing installation visit http://hebert.kitp.ucsb.edu/docs/sand-dial.mov.

For a sample of Manfred Mohr’s 2005 animated work P-1011, visit www.emohr.com/www_sub/motion_1011.html

For a sample of James Paterson’s 2005 animated work Davey Jones Locker, visit www.presstube.com/PAGES/PAGE_22/davey_jones_view.htm

For a sample of C.E.B. Reas’ 2004 installation TI, visit reas.com/media/ti_s.mov

Support for Space, Color, and Motion is provided by C. Richard Kramlich, the Alsdorf Endowment, and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.