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Sign

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posted on 2023-08-16, 04:32 authored by Anthony CurranAnthony Curran

Sign is a piece of generative software that works in a browser and produces infinite versions of images made from red, green and blue gradients.  The forms are inspired by autographic signatures and appear temporarily before disappearing and being replaced by new marks. 

 

Sign uses the digital gradient as a motif of web2.0 user interfaces and employs the digital wiggle as an abstract mark connoting the swiping action of touch-screen technology.

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Sub-type

  • Visual Artwork

Medium

Custom software in browser, coded in p5.js

Department/School

Art

Publisher

M16 Artspace

Publication status

  • Published online

Event title

Online exhibition

Event Venue

M16 Artspace, 21 Blaxland Crescent, Griffith, ACT, 2604, Australia

Date of Event (Start Date)

2021-10-18

Date of Event (End Date)

2021-10-24

Rights statement

Copyright 2021 the creators

Socio-economic Objectives

130103 The creative arts

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